Bring back "Apply server settings to all users (store in project file)" in Visual Studio 2013 (web projects)
In the Web tab of the Project properties window, there used to be a checkbox to store server settings in the project file (in my experience, storing server settings in the proj file is a bad plan). All our web projects have this unchecked, so developers can use their preferred environment (IIS/Cassini/IIS Express). The refactoring of the Web properties tab removed this checkbox in Visual Studio 2013. I know that if you stay out of this properties tab in VS2013, it will still store your server settings in a user project file, but if you have to actually make a change to your settings, you'll have to manually edit your *proj.user file, which isn't a very valid option IMO. This issue will not allow my team of developers to upgrade to VS2013, which sucks, because VS2013 (aside from this issue) is pretty awesome.
David De Sloovere commented