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[2003] application permission

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Question: I do not want to give a user full permission on a database, but he should be able to change it if he is using one particular application.
Is there a way to set permission on the database (or the folder it is in) so that the user can only change the contents if he is using that particular program?
The server is running Windows Server 2003 without RMS

Except my apologies in advance for a probably stupid question, but this is not my turf. :)
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