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Row Level Security with SQL Server 2016

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Have you ever wanted an easier way to provide security at the record level? If so, you can now easily do this with the Row Level Security feature that is being introduced with SQL Server 2016. Greg Larsen shows you how easy it is to use this new feature as a way to provide user access to a specific set of records.

2016-04-19

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