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I'm frustrated with the lack of answers I'm getting from my company's IT department on our MSDN universal subscriptions.  With the release of Visual Studio 2005 the subscriptions changed.  And the administrator needs to change the subscription and select the appropriate one.  Well ours apparently has not done that, because all I see is the trial edition of the Team Suite as well as the professional and standard versions.

I've been too busy to work with VS 2005 yet, but now that it's released I want to start working with it.  Using generics instead of creating strongly-typed collections is worth it in of itself.

Edit:
Don Demsak pointed out to me that Team Suite isn't released yet.  It appears that it is expected to be released in December.

Posted on Monday, October 31, 2005 11:28 AM | Back to top


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FYI Team Suite wasn't released with VS2k5. It is still in beta, so you should only see the trial edition.

I updated my Universal Subscription a while back, and all I see is the Trial Edition too, so you are no different then the rest of us. We have to wait for VSTS to be released.
Left by Don Demsak on Oct 31, 2005 12:25 PM

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Thanks. At least I know I'm not missing out on anything. I still cannot get an answer -- I guess that's a consequence of being a remote employee.
Left by Anthony Trudeau on Oct 31, 2005 2:50 PM

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