Your network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. Your development team uses Visual Studio 2012. You store specialized design files within your Visual Studio solution by using version control. These design files are stored in a proprietary binary format and use the filename extension .dzn. You need to meet the following requirements: ✑ Ensure that all developers can modify these design files. ✑ Prevent multiple check-outs on all .dzn files. ✑ Ensure that all other file types can be edited by multiple developers at the same time. What should you do?
A. Within the Source Control Explorer, right-click each .dzn file and uncheck the Allow multiple check outs option.
B. Add a new file type for .dzn to the Team Project Source Control Settings and clear the Enable file merging and multiple check out checkbox.
C. Within the Visual Studio Options dialog box for Source Control, add the .dzn extension to the Prevent multiple check-outs for the following file types list in the Visual Studio Team Foundation server node.
D. Add a new file type for .dzn to the Team Project Collection Source Control Settings and clear the Enable file merging and multiple check out checkbox.