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    Refocusing “Remaining Work” on Your TFS Project Portal (Part 2)

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    In my last post, I showed how to construct a URL to get the TFS “Remaining Work” report to target a specific project iteration. Now, let’s have a shot at using this on a project portal. The good news is that you don’t need anything special for this...
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    Refocusing “Remaining Work” on Your TFS Project Portal (Part 1)

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    One of the neat things about the “default” project portal is the “Remaining Work” graph. At a glance it can give you an idea on how things are going with your project. However, it can also be misleading. On my current project, we’ve identified quite a...
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    More TFS and WSS

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    I’ve talked previously about regionalising the SharePoint templates that go along with TFS. Clearly it is possible to use the same technique to make changes to other properties of the templates. However, if you’re not familiar with WSS, it may not be...
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    Fun with TFS and SQL Server SP1

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    After successfully conducting a pilot deployment of TFS to a single-server running Windows Server 2003 SP1 and SQL Server 2005 RTM, the time came this week to deploy to production. To make things interesting, we decided to roll-out a dual-server configuration...
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    And one more thing...

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    If anyone's wondering how to stop the MSSCCI provider for TFS from prompting for a username and password in some cases, take a look at the following: http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=594542&SiteID=1 Thanks Grant for the...
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    .NET and Auto-Restarting Services Revisited

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    Another follow-up post... I forgot to mention that the numeric values for SC_ACTION_RESTART and SC_ACTION_REBOOT in the SC_ACTION_TYPE enumeration seem to be swapped in the documentation: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us...
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    Using MS Project with TFS Redux

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    In a previous post I talked about an approach for using MS Project with TFS. After applying this to a real project and receiving feedback from the team, I’ve come up with a refined process. The most significant change is that roll-up tasks should not...
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