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How to allow FULLTEXT SEARCH INDEXING to non-admin user?

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I've tried searching alot on the net but am not able to find how to allow a user (not admin/owner) to be able to create & populate the FullText Indexing Catalogs on the tables he creates.
Currently although with admin account, I can create FullText Catalogs but I have to provide the permissions to build & populate catalogs to some user, so that he can use FullText Search on his tables.
Please Help

Aug 29 '06 #1
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Helllooooo..... .does anyone know abt it???
Sep 2 '06 #2

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