This is the Manage Workspaces dialog in Visual Studio 2008
This shows that the user has 13 workspaces and they are all related to SQL Source Control.
This is the workspaces listed by the SQL Source Control Cleaner tool.
In this tool there are only nine workspaces. Where are the other 4 workspaces? What are they and how do we know if they can be removed?
This has caused a few problems over the last few days as the same user will be editing a non-database item in Visual Studio. Then close and reopen Visual Studio and be told that they can't continue to work on that item as its checked out to another user or workspace. then they realise they're working in yet another SQL Source Control workspace.