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  • Blog Post: VS 2010 and TFS with Office 2003

    You have installed Visual Studio 2010 and found out that the TFS Office Add-In is no longer working because you only a have Office 2003 and TFS requires Office 2007 or newer. Your company is not rolling to Office 2010 for another six months, what do you do? Don’t Panic, there is a Work Around! ...
  • Blog Post: Compat Matrix for 2010 RTM Team Foundation Server to Team Explorer 2008 and 2005

    TFS has continued to improve and add to the compatibility guidance. This blog includes links to the 2005 and 2008 forward compatibility updates as well as the forward and backward compatibility detailed scenarios. Table of Contents Principles Definitions Available Download Compatibility...
  • Blog Post: The Visual Studio 2005 Forward Compatibility Update is Available!

    The Team Explorer 2005 Forward Compatibility Update (GDR) The VSTS 2005 Forward Compatibility Update is now available. It is more focused on development scenarios. For administrative, project management and test case scenarios, the use of Team Explorer 2010 is recommended in the side by side configuration...
  • Blog Post: Configuring SharePoint Server 2010 for Dashboard Compatibility with TFS 2010

    Team Foundation Server 2010 supports integration with both Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. For those of you who wish to integrate with 2007, this MSDN topic gives instructions for configuring SharePoint settings so that the TFS dashboards built...
  • Blog Post: Compatibility Update for Team Foundation Server 2010 RC

    My name is John Nierenberg and I’m a Program Manager for Team Foundation Server (TFS) where I work on the Work Item Tracking and Project Management features for TFS as well as the compatibility of previous versions of Team Explorer with our latest release. The compatibility experience has continued...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Server 2010 Beta 2 to RC Upgrade Guide

    My name is Bryan Krieger and I’m a Program Manager for Team Foundation Server (TFS) and have worked over twelve years in Microsoft’s internal IT organization. The feature area I’m responsible for is Administration and Operations of TFS with a focus on upgrade. Since the TFS 2010 Release Candidate...
  • Blog Post: Resources for Team Foundation Server 2010

    My name is Jim Lamb and I’m a Program Manager for Team Foundation Server (TFS). I work at the Durham, NC office where we design and develop the version control, build automation, web access, administration and operation features of TFS. The feature area I'm responsible for is build automation . In addition...
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