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I’ve been a user of Microsoft Visual SourceSafe for a long time. Back in the days of VB5 and 6 it was the obvious choice and continued to be for the first few releases of Visual Studio .NET as well. In the typical environment at the time, it was easy to set up and had pretty good integration with the IDE. I recently started a new project with a new client and was faced with establishing an adequate development environment. We have a two-member development team and the client doesn’t currently have a place for us to sit onsite. We’ll be using Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 for writing web applications, SSIS packages, and database changes.