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Posted Tuesday, April 30, 2013 9:20 AM
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I have a group of users with ddl_admin previalges on databases which i want to continue but how can i preven them from making changes to a particualr trigger on that database?
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You can DENY ALTER on the table but in addition to preventing changes to the triggers on that table it also prevent them from adding columns to the table, modifying any constraints, enabling/disabling triggers, etc.

USE YourDatabaseName;
GO
DENY ALTER ON dbo.YourTableName TO TheDatabaseUserName;



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