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I am going to start using the source control in my company and I don't know which solution would be best. Team Foundation? Tortoise? Something different?

We have a VMware server connected to the local network / VPN. I can make a separate Windows Server 2008 / Linux machine to store the data.

We are using Visual Studio 2008 and VS 2010.

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TortoiseSVN + Apache for http-access to repos (VisualSVN Server in case of Windows-core)

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I would add AnkhSVN for tight integration into visual studio: – bernhardrusch Oct 21 '11 at 9:16
or VisualSVN - – Lazy Badger Oct 21 '11 at 9:23

If you're using VStudio exclusively, TFS (Team Foundation Server) may make more sense. It includes a ticketing system and integrates well with testing and QA workflows + there are tons of integration scenarios and plugins available.

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