How to: Move Your Team Foundation Server from One Hardware Configuration to Another

How to: Move Your Team Foundation Server from One Hardware Configuration to Another

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  • How about the combined case: Moving from a single-server pilot environment (virtual machine) to a dual-server production environment (serious hardware, etc)?
  • In regards to Eric Willeke's comment: "How about the combined case: Moving from a single-server pilot environment (virtual machine) to a dual-server production environment (serious hardware, etc)?"

    The writing team is addressing this request.
    Thanks,
    Allison
  • Related to above, I've not been able to find documentation on the following question:
    Can the Team Foundation SharePoint installation coexist with another SharePoint installation ON THE DATA TIER?  We'll have different application servers for the two, but we'd like to be able to utilze the same database instance.  If not, we can create another SQL instance on the same server, but we'd lose the benefits of having it hosted on SQL Server Enterprise instead of SQL Server Standard.
  • In Step 23 above when you add TFSReports you should also grant the user a role by selecting the checkboxes beside the appropriate role.  If you don't do this then the TFSReports will not be added.

     Answer: This topic has been updated and published on MSDN.  Thanks!



     

  • This is almost a great document.... however none of the links work, thus making it a completely useless document!

    VSTSUE replies: This was a draft version of the document.  The published versions(including click-through links) of all the Moving Team Foundation Server documentation can be found here: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms404879.aspx.

    Hope this helps!

    -=Susan

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  • If I migrate TFS Beta 3 Refresh to TFS RTM on a new box in a single server environment do I need to upgrade my Beta 3Refresh first to RTM version and then follow the above instructions?
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