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Exposing TFS 2010 (Beta 2+) to the Internet
Hi all, I've recently put together a document about how to expose TFS 2010 (Beta 2+) to the Internet. If interested, take a look through it and let me know what you think (positive or negative). Note: This document does not apply to Beta 1 . EDIT: Updated the document to incoperate feedback. ...
24 Aug 2009
For TFS 2010 Beta 1, Resolving TF31001 "The ServicePointManager does not support proxies with the https scheme."
Recently, we’ve noticed a number of Team Explorer 2010 Beta 1 users are encountering the following error while attempting to connect to a HTTPS TFS server: TF31001: Cannot connect to Team Foundation Server at xxx.com. The server returned the following error: The ServicePointManager does not support...
20 May 2009
Moving Servers in TFS
I’m currently putting together a series of blog posts that describe the most common team foundation server (TFS) moves. You can find the intro to this series, called “Server Change We Can Believe In” here: http://blogs.msdn.com/tfsao/archive/2009/02/20/server-change-we-can-believe-in.aspx and the index...
20 Feb 2009
TFS & Hyper-V
Hi all, If you are interested in learning more about using TFS for Hyper-V. I've made a post at the TFS A&O blog. Enjoy http://blogs.msdn.com/tfsao/archive/2009/02/03/hyper-v-and-tfs.aspx --Aaron
3 Feb 2009
TFSDeleteProject MSDN Paper
For the past little while, I've been gathering information together about the behavior of TFSDeleteProject. Earlier today, we put the finishing touches on this document, and now it's been published to MSDN. So, if you would like to know all about the behavior of TFSDeleteProject (including how to resolve...
29 Oct 2008
Setting the properties “Log on as a Service” and “Allow Log on Locally.”
One question that new users often have when installing TFS is “How do I set the properties Log on as a Service and Allow log on locally for an account?” Both of these properties can be found by following the subsequent steps 1. Open Administrative Tools (either in the start menu or control panel...
18 Sep 2008
Increasing the Time-Out Time
One of the main reasons why client-issued web calls fail in TFS is that the system time-outs. It is important to note that , the time-out time is designed to prevent the UI from being locked out forever. Changing the time-out time by the method described in this post will increase the time-out time for...
16 Sep 2008
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