Sometimes when you work with a Microsoft TFS support technician you will be asked to collect and submit a TFS BPA (Best Practice Analyzer) report. So why and how to do it?
A BPA report typically means a TFS system health-check report. It contains information about:
BPA display this report in an elegant way and highlights all improper settings. TFS support engineer use this tool to understand a TFS system’s deployment details, as well as potential issues.
To do a TFS BPA scan and collect a report, one just
BPA is also good tool for the TFS system administrators. It is recommended that one routinely BPA scan the all over system configuration to find/resolve potential improper settings.