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automatic backup of .RDL files - how to switch off?


automatic backup of .RDL files - how to switch off?

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Hi,
I've searched in vain for a option to stop this behaviour... When opening a SSRS .RDL report file in Visual Studio 2015, even if no changes are saved, on closing the file a backup is saved to the project folder. I don't want these backups to be created. Any way to switch this off?
Many thanks,
Dave

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