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Dreamweaver CS 5 won't accept Version Control = None

Posted on 2012-08-15
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Last Modified: 2012-08-21
Dreamweaver CS 5 won't allow FTP connections to the remote server because version control is not configured. I don't wan't version control, so I select None, but it says that is an invalid option. I have no problem connecting to the remote server using other FTP clients, but of course I want to FTP using the Dreamweaver client. How can I get Dreamweaver to accept "None" as a version control option.
Question by:tirizar
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by:Jason C. Levine
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Version control should have nothing to do with the FTP settings unless this site definition had Subversion running on it in the past.  Do you have a remote server properly configured in the servers tab?

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tirizar earned 0 total points
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Never mind, I found the problem, something simple, but it drove me crazy.  In the Files tab, the other window view was set to Repository View, instead of Remote View. Things back to normal. Maybe we can just delete this question from the site.
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by:Jason C. Levine
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Accept your own post as the solution.  Someone in the future may need it.

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I found the solution after looking for changes in my development environment.

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