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08-17-2016 05:50 AM
Mrzev Really, your best bet is to give it a shot and test it out. We had something like 30 projects with several releases for each one. I ended up having a server with several VMs on it. 3 Where the latest and greatest version of Visual Studio and .Net, and 1 with older versions because we did have older projects and branches that would have issues with the newer configs. When something new comes out, I create another VM and test it out. If everything builds and the code seems to run fine, I upgrade the 3 other VMs and delete my test VM.
08-13-2016 08:56 PM
espn
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Why don't you test the scenario in a virtual machine if possible?

many projects on hand and no vm under my control at all.
08-13-2016 08:30 PM
NeeqOne Why don't you test the scenario in a virtual machine if possible?
08-11-2016 07:12 AM
espn
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THis is the kinda stuff i had to do when i was at HP. I was in charge of the build systems and processes, and depending on how you define your libraries and such and change things. I strongly recomend testing it out obviously. Things to watch out for is installing a new .net framework on the system. If you install .net 4.5, it will actually overwrite some of the 4.0 libraries to 4.5. Its considered an in place upgrade.

office 2013 may install latest .net and screw everything up?!
08-11-2016 05:29 AM
Mrzev THis is the kinda stuff i had to do when i was at HP. I was in charge of the build systems and processes, and depending on how you define your libraries and such and change things. I strongly recomend testing it out obviously. Things to watch out for is installing a new .net framework on the system. If you install .net 4.5, it will actually overwrite some of the 4.0 libraries to 4.5. Its considered an in place upgrade.
08-11-2016 02:05 AM
TwoCables

I doubt you'll have problems. If you do, then you should be able to find compatibility downloads. Y'know?

08-11-2016 01:55 AM
espn This is for office development works and most of the programs we have created were done by Visual Studio 2010, we don't not have plan and man power to update the coding for latest Visual Studio. Thank you.

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