Vault fans: Post your testimonials here

If you are having a problem using Vault, post a message here.

Moderator: SourceGear


Posts: 1
Joined: Mon Mar 29, 2010 1:53 pm
PostPosted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 7:27 am
I just wanted to let everyone know that I had a great experience with Vault (Beth) customer service. I was contacted promptly on each submission to my case worker and she patiently worked with me until I had completely resolved all issues to get my Vault software up and running. Beth, my hat is off to you! You have represented Vault in a very prestigious fashion. Thanks again for all your hard work.

Posts: 1
Joined: Sun May 09, 2010 8:59 pm
PostPosted: Sun May 09, 2010 9:03 pm
Vault is an excellent product.

Posts: 147
Joined: Wed Dec 15, 2004 9:42 pm
PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 11:56 pm
I have just upgraded from Fortress 1.1 to Vault Pro 5.1.1 :D
Joel
Micro Modular System
http://www.mmsis.com

Posts: 25
Joined: Mon Jan 17, 2011 10:33 am
Location: Portland, Oregon
PostPosted: Thu Jun 02, 2011 11:23 am
Having been required to use Source Safe for many years, I am finally in charge of my own software development department. This means I choose what software will be implemented. After looking at several source control options (from free to very expensive), I've settled on Vault and am very happy. The support is quick and helpful, the product is solid with many options, the price is reasonable, and the documentation great.

One thing happened recently that pushed me beyond mere satisfaction with the product to outright jubilation. I had just finished several hours work on a project and was ready to check them in and go home for the day. Using the stand-alone Windows interface, I selected the files and right+clicked. I meant to select "Check in..." from the pop-up menu, but in my hurry accidentally selected "Undo checkout." I had previously disabled the dialog for this option, so Vault immediately and obediently undid all my changes for the day!

I sat in stunned horror for a moment as the realization of what happened hit me. Then I frantically looked for the automatic backup files my IDE creates but they were a few hours old. Then the thought hit me that perhaps Vault creates backups as well. I searched the documentation and the options and found to my great joy that there is indeed a backup setting in Vault and it defaults ON! I quickly located the backup folder and recovered all my files. :D

As I mentioned above, I am very happy with this product and continue to explore advanced features. I plan to get into the API and extend its capability at some point, hooking into other tools for increased automation and work-flow.

Thanks SourceGear Team!
David Cornelius
Retail Dimensions, Inc.

Posts: 84
Joined: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:58 am
PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:30 am
EDIT from SourceGear: This is a duplicate post. Please see this forum thread for the user's comments: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=22086.

Posts: 1
Joined: Sat Nov 18, 2017 5:28 pm
PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2017 5:41 am
dcornelius wrote:Then the thought hit me that perhaps Vault creates backups as well. I searched the documentation and the options and found to my great joy that there is indeed a backup setting in Vault and it defaults ON! I quickly located the backup folder and recovered all my files. :D
Having been required to use Source Safe for many years, I am finally in charge of my own software development department. This means I choose phenq https://theskinnyvibes.com/phenq-reviews and the results after 30 days what software will be implemented. After looking at several source control options (from free to very expensive), I've settled on Vault and am very happy. The support is quick and helpful, the product is solid with many options, the price is reasonable, and the documentation great.

One thing happened recently that pushed me beyond mere satisfaction with the product to outright jubilation. I had just finished several hours work on a project and was ready to check them in and go home for the day. Using the stand-alone Windows interface, I selected the files and right+clicked. I meant to select "Check in..." from the pop-up menu, but in my hurry accidentally selected "Undo checkout." I had previously disabled the dialog for this option, so Vault immediately and obediently undid all my changes for the day!

I sat in stunned horror for a moment as the realization of what happened hit me. Then I frantically looked for the automatic backup files my IDE creates but they were a few hours old. Then the thought hit me that perhaps Vault creates backups as well. I searched the documentation and the options and found to my great joy that there is indeed a backup setting in Vault and it defaults ON! I quickly located the backup folder and recovered all my files. :D

As I mentioned above, I am very happy with this product and continue to explore advanced features. I plan to get into the API and extend its capability at some point, hooking into other tools for increased automation and work-flow.


Well, Vault has saved me and my work several times through this feature. Absent-minded as I am, I tend to do something once in a while and lose all my work done during the day, but thanks to Vault, I now smile when that happens knowing that I'm safe.

Another unadvertised feature of the Vault is that you can keep it running for months without rebooting the machine. I recall once it ran without any problem for over a year, and when I shut down the machine, it was for maintenance - not for any problem posed by the vault.

I've fallen in love with this product. :)

Posts: 1
Joined: Sat Sep 01, 2018 5:22 am
PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 5:28 am
ColetteKFreeman wrote:Well, Vault has saved me and my work several times through this feature. Absent-minded as I am, I tend to do something once in a while and lose all my work done during the day, but thanks to Vault, I now smile when that happens knowing that I'm safe.

Another unadvertised feature of the Vault is that you can keep it running for months without rebooting the machine. I recall once it ran without any problem for over a year, and when I shut down the machine, it was for maintenance - not for any problem posed by the vault.

I've fallen in love with this product. :)


You're right. Vault is a life-saver product. I always tend to ignore backups and vault has saved my skin numerous times. I'm livin' it. A heartfelt thanks to the developers.

Posts: 1
Joined: Mon Sep 10, 2018 3:53 pm
PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:50 pm
ericsink wrote:As prospective users evaluate Vault, they often ask us for customer references. In general, we refuse, for reasons of customer privacy. It just doesn't seem appropriate to give one customer's contact info to another.

In general, we like the idea of our customers talking to each other about us. We provide forums like this site to facilitate this kind of communication.

But we also want a way for prospective customers to read the positive comments from people who like our product. So, we have created this forum topic as a place to collect those testimonials.

If you would like to say something nice about Vault or SourceGear, this is the place to do it. Effectively, this is a testimonials page which is entirely created by our customers. When people ask us for testimonials, we will point them to this page.

There are a few rules which need to be mentioned:

1. This page is a place for positive comments. If you post a comment on this page which is largely negative, we will delete it. We don't mind criticism, but this is not the place for it. Please feel free to complain about us publicly anywhere in our forums except for this page.

2. This is a place for objective comments. If you have any sort of affiliation with SourceGear, please disclose it in your comment or do not post here. We may ask our users to do us the favor of posting something here, but we will not provide any incentives for doing so. Similarly, no user should feel any obligation to make a posting here, even if they think Vault is awesome.

3. This is a place for real comments. Your comment can be short or long. Say as much or as little as you like, as long as you speak in your own voice with your own opinion. Your comment will be stronger and more meaningful if you include your name and organizational affiliation. However, anonymous remarks are permitted here as well. We will not edit anything posted here other than to delete postings which are clearly inappropriate.

To those of you who do post something here, thank you in advance! We really do appreciate it.

And to those of you who are here because you are evaluating Vault, thank you for your consideration. Please don't hesitate to let us know if we can be of any help in your decision.



Vault's design has permitted us the capacity to have a cooperative improvement condition, empowering our engineers worldwide to cooperate in a similar store.

Posts: 1
Joined: Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:49 am
PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:55 am
ColetteKFreeman wrote:
dcornelius wrote:Then the thought hit me that perhaps Vault creates backups as well. I searched the documentation and the options and found to my great joy that there is indeed a backup setting in Vault and it defaults ON! I quickly located the backup folder and recovered all my files. :D
Having been required to use Source Safe for many years, I am finally in charge of my own software development department. This means I choose noocube https://www.supplementsaid.com/noocube-review-best-nootropic-supplement/ and the nootropic results after 60 days what software will be implemented. After looking at several source control options (from free to very expensive), I've settled on Vault and am very happy. The support is quick and helpful, the product is solid with many options, the price is reasonable, and the documentation great.

One thing happened recently that pushed me beyond mere satisfaction with the product to outright jubilation. I had just finished several hours work on a project and was ready to check them in and go home for the day. Using the stand-alone Windows interface, I selected the files and right+clicked. I meant to select "Check in..." from the pop-up menu, but in my hurry accidentally selected "Undo checkout." I had previously disabled the dialog for this option, so Vault immediately and obediently undid all my changes for the day!

I sat in stunned horror for a moment as the realization of what happened hit me. Then I frantically looked for the automatic backup files my IDE creates but they were a few hours old. Then the thought hit me that perhaps Vault creates backups as well. I searched the documentation and the options and found to my great joy that there is indeed a backup setting in Vault and it defaults ON! I quickly located the backup folder and recovered all my files. :D

As I mentioned above, I am very happy with this product and continue to explore advanced features. I plan to get into the API and extend its capability at some point, hooking into other tools for increased automation and work-flow.


Well, Vault has saved me and my work several times through this feature. Absent-minded as I am, I tend to do something once in a while and lose all my work done during the day, but thanks to Vault, I now smile when that happens knowing that I'm safe.

Another unadvertised feature of the Vault is that you can keep it running for months without rebooting the machine. I recall once it ran without any problem for over a year, and when I shut down the machine, it was for maintenance - not for any problem posed by the vault.

I've fallen in love with this product. :)

I am a newbie and just started using the latest version 10.0. I am in love with this product so far. My productivity level is increased by 2 folds and I haven't experienced any bugs so far. Hope the new version 10.1 will bring more features in the product.
Previous

Return to Support (Vault)

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 24 guests

cron