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I m using SQL server 2000 and I want to use a password field for Employee Master. My question is how to encrypt this password field in my insert query. I have heard about the “EncryptByPassPhrase” function and symmetric key, but it is provided from SQL Server 2005. I have tried using pwdencrypt...
Can some one help with a formula that will change the text being typed into a field to X`s. Like a password situation so the password cannot be read.