Vault 10

Posted by Jeff Clausius Wed, 19 Apr 2017 18:02:00 GMT

Wow! Hard to believe we’re announcing Vault 10 today. None of this would be possible without you. Thank You!!

Vault 10 has been released (April 19, 2017). Vault 10 includes some streamlining of processing like “Run Last Search” as well as some other new goodies like a new Vault Extension for Visual Studio 2017 as well as support for very large files ( greater than 2 GB).

As always, download information is available at

Information about new features, changes and fixes in this release can be found at:

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Vault 9

Posted by Jeff Clausius Wed, 02 Dec 2015 20:31:00 GMT

As of December 2nd, 2015, Vault 9 is now available to the public. Vault 9 includes some streamlined new features with the new Repository “Search” and “Detect New Files”. In addition for users of the Vault Cross Platform Client (VaultCPC), Vault 9 supports the file CRC option, and Vault Professional users can interact with Vault Professional Work Items within the VaultCPC client.

Download information is available at

Information about changes and fixes in this release can be found at:

Vault Professional -


Vault Standard -

Thanks again for continuing to make Vault a success!

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Vault 9 is coming!

Posted by Jeff Clausius Tue, 29 Sep 2015 15:12:00 GMT

Today I’d like to take a moment to announce Vault 9 will be released sometime Q4 2015.

New features for this release include:

Enhanced Status Search - Looking for something?

Status search has been revamped allowing you to search on more criteria than ever before. Say you need to find a file that is pinned, but a newer version has been committed from across a share. You can now find those files. Perhaps you need to find files not in source control, deleted files, or even all *.vb files checked out exclusively to Julie. Vault 9 can handle all of these criteria.

The results are tabulated and presented in a condensed area where you can then interact with those items to GET, CHECK OUT, SHOW HISTORY, DIFF, etc.

Detect New Folders - Hey, What’s new?

The Detect New Files functionality has been expanded to include new folders added within existing working folders. You can add entirely new folders, or add just sub-sections for any new folders directly to the repository.

Windows 8 and Windows 10 - But will Vault 9 make the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs?

Well, we’re not sure about that, and let’s not delve into the parsec is a unit of distance thingy, but we’ve made a few tweaks that should help improve Vault 9 client start-up and repository load times on Windows 8.x / Windows 10.

Work Item Integration within the Vault Pro Cross Platform Client - What bug?

A new work item perspective has been added to the Vault Professional Cross Platform Client to allow for viewing, adding, and editing Vault Pro work items.

There is also a number of various bug fixes addressed in this release, so be on the look out for Vault 9 due out in the upcoming weeks.

As always post any questions and comments below, and thank you for choosing Vault.

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Vault 8 Released

Posted by Jeff Clausius Mon, 29 Dec 2014 19:43:00 GMT

Today we will be releasing Vault 8. Vault 8 marks our first foray into the land of OS X and GTK Linux with GUI based clients.

Download information is available at

You can find more information regarding the release at:

Vault Professional -


Vault Standard -

We’re excited to get feedback from those who’ve been asking for a native GUI client on non-Windows platforms. Please let us know what you think.

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Vault 8

Posted by Jeff Clausius Mon, 24 Nov 2014 16:46:00 GMT

As we approach December and the end of 2014, we also approach another important date… The release of Vault 8! As of today, Vault 8 is in QA for testing.

In addition to Vault 8’s new Cross Platform Client for OS X and Linux (see below), we’ve been busy improving the Windows GUI Client, Command Line Client (CLC) , Web Admin UI, and other components of Vault. Some of the more noteworthy changes include:

  • Custom external editors which allows configuration of the tool of choice for Diff, View, Edit, and Merge based on a file’s extension

  • File Properties view which displays all available Repository Explorer File List information for a singly selected file in a dockable properties view

  • Ability to hide cloaked folders from within Repository Explorer’s Folder List

  • ‘FINDLABELS’ is a new command available in the Command Line Client allowing a search for items labeled with a particular search string for a folder or its sub-items

  • Numerous fixes and tweaks to the Web Admin UI, .NET GUI, CLC, Client side API, etc.

The Vault 8 release should happen sometime in December. More info regarding Vault 8 to come shortly!

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Now Available - Vault Cross Platform Client Preview 2

Posted by Jeff Clausius Mon, 29 Sep 2014 19:00:00 GMT

Good afternoon, everyone!

The Vault Cross Platform Client (Vault CPC) Preview 2 is now available to the general public. There are a couple of issues that still need to be ironed out, but this Preview of the Vault CPC should provide users a with the look and feel of what is to come for Vault on Linux and the Mac.

Information related to system requirements, installation, instructions, and known issues can be found in the README file included with the download.

More information regarding the Vault CPC Preview 2, including download links, can be found at :

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Announcing the Vault Cross Platform Client [Preview 2]

Posted by Jeff Clausius Wed, 03 Sep 2014 12:00:00 GMT

For a while, we’ve been looking at solutions for running the Vault GUI Client application on non-Windows platforms. Well, after some hard work over the summer, we’ll soon be unveiling our next iteration of the Vault Cross Platform Client, Vault CPC Preview 2.

The Vault CPC will run on OS X (Lion or better) or Linux (GTK only), and for Preview 2 the Source Code Control (SCC) operations have been implemented. Label, Share, Pin, Check Out, Commit, Diff, etc. They’re all there.

I’ve attached some screen shots of the Vault CPC running on OS X. Stay tuned to this blog or the Vault web site ( for upcoming info regarding Vault CPC Preview 2 availability.


Vault 7 Update

Posted by Jeff Clausius Wed, 18 Sep 2013 09:17:00 GMT

Wow, what a long and winding road it’s been since posting the roadmap at the start of this year.

Well, the wait is almost over. Vault 7 is currently undergoing the rigors of our QA group. Vault fans can look for the Vault 7 release in the upcoming days/weeks.

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Vault 7

Posted by Jeff Clausius Thu, 10 Jan 2013 09:08:00 GMT

With Vault 6.1 out the door, and some preliminary meetings behind us, we’ve published our first outline of what to expect - Vault 7 Feature Set

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Vault 6 Roadmap

Posted by Jeff Clausius Thu, 01 Sep 2011 21:04:00 GMT

You’ve seen my post about Find in Files and the updated Vault notification system for Vault 6. But, what we’ve been quiet about is a new platform - Mac OS X!

Until Vault 6, users just had a command line client or the Eclipse integration component to run Vault on other platforms. However, with Xamarin’s Mono platform, you’ll have the full capability of a Vault GUI client on Mac OS X at your fingertips. Also note, the Vault GUI client should be able to work on other Linux variants that support the Mono platform as well.

Here is the link to the Roadmap for this and the other features within Vault 6 - Vault 6 feature outline

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