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visualstudio.com / TFS Setting up projects

I am new to Visualstudio.com and am moving projects up to the site.  I am contractor and have multiple projects for multiple clients.  what is the best way to set up the repository to support this?  I started simply adding a new project for each project I am uploading but am uncertain if  should be somehow grouping projects by each of my customers.

Also I occasionally get an error when adding a project to source control that it Failed to Create Mapping "cannot map server path $/proj/proj, because it is not rooted beneath a team project"  What does this mean I am doing wrong?
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indrajitmahajanCommented:
Hi..

You may use SVN version control..

for more details.. please check.. http://subversion.apache.org/
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canuckconsultingAuthor Commented:
Hi,

I want to move to visualstudio.com for my version control.  Just not sure if I'm using it right.
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indrajitmahajanCommented:
Hi..

Certainly you can group your projects..

Also for your error.. please have a look at below url:
http://geekswithblogs.net/vijayamalla/archive/2013/02/15/error-cannot-map-server-path-because-it-is-not-rooted.aspx
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canuckconsultingAuthor Commented:
indrajitmahajan - thank you.  Is there a way to group them such that any new projects added are shared to any team members I have shared the original project with?
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canuckconsultingAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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