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Source safe Add-in doesn't appear in vb 6.0

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I have installed vb 6.0 and source safe but the add-in doesn't appear in add-ins meny. I installed vb 6.0 first.
please help.

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Stigvig
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by:Éric Moreau
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Have loaded it from the Add-Ins Manager?

Have you runned NetSetup.exe from your server installation?
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It doesn't appear in the add-ins manager.

We are only using workstation installation of visual source safe.
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Did you use the same logon to load vb and vss?
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It doesn't appear in the add-ins manager.

We are only using workstation installation of visual source safe.
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I login to the network and have the same username in the visual source safe login.
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I login to the network and have the same username in the visual source safe login.
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not this id.
did you use the same id to install vb and vss?

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I login to the network and have the same username in the visual source safe login.
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i have the same solutions as emoreau.
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click Add-Ins form the menu, then Add-Manager option.
U will see an option of Source Code Control which is the requied add-in of VSS. now see the load Behaviour below and check on the load on startup option. ur VSS will then load on the startup.


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The Source Code Control doesn't appear in the window

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can you start vss from shortcut in program files?
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Yes i can start vss and also the admin program from shortcuts

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see the 2 links I gave you.
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listening
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I have this in my computer

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\SourceCodeControlProvider = Value: ProviderRegKey = Software\Microsoft\SourceSafe
   HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\SourceSafe = Value: SCCServerPath = {%INSTALLDIRECTORY%}ssscc.dll
   HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\SourceSafe = Value: SCCServerName = Microsoft Visual SourceSafe

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do you have vbscc=3 into your vbaddin.ini?
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vbscc=3 into vbaddin.ini was the solution.
Thank you very much emoreau, your support have been excellent.

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Exellent support emoreau.
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