Visual SourceSafe: Create New Version of Project

Posted on 2009-12-16
Last Modified: 2013-11-25

I have an ASP.Net project that I keep in MS Visual SourceSafe (vss) and I now need to made radical changes to it, but in case I need to, I want to be able to roll back to the project as it is now.

How do I go about this, though? I'd thought it would be a "branch", but a little bit of investigation seems to indicate otherwise.

Suggestions, please? Thanks in advance!

Question by:CoastalData
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    You have to label the project. After label your project/Folder whenever you need that particular label stage you can recover by using Get particular label.
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    Sweet, thank you very much!

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