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Cannot 'Enable Version Control' for sql server procs

To check out stored procs that are under VSS control via my client machine
using .NET, I believe I need to change the Options - Database Tools - Server
Explorer - STored Procedures - Enable Version Control from unselected to
selected. Problem is that I can't select it.

Our sql server is already setup for VSS/SourceSafe control, and other users
are able to check out stored procs from it through the .Net IDE by checking
the 'Enable Version Control' radio button in the 'Options' for .NET on their
machines. Implies it's something to do with my client.

I've installed Visual Studio 6 + sp6 client on my machine, with VSS, Data
Access and ActiveX components.

Any docuemntation/notes I've seen implies that you should be able to check
this button if you've set up the server correctly. I've checked out for
example KB818368 which is good for the setup of the server itself, but
doesn't address my client issue.

Probably missing something as I'm a newbie to both VSS and .Net.

Thanks for any help.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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