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Can we use Visual source safe 2005 for maintaining the Visual Studio Ultimate 2013 projects?

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Yes. SourceSafe is a source control project, it doesn't really care what type of files you are storing in it. It may even appears as an option in the "Source Control Plugin" section of the Visual Studio settings page.
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Why would you want to? The VSS that I remember was terrible. Besides, TFS Express is free for up to 5 developers.
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Thank you both of you.
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