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Team Foundation Server is happy to announce the release of version 1.2 of Team Foundation Power Tools (formerly known as Power Toys). In this release we’ve added 2 new command line tools for the developer and 3 non-command line tools. This version includes some bug fixes to previous Power Tools, support for Vista, and adds the following new functionality:
· Please note that the Process Template Editor has some additional pre-requisites. These pre-requisites are identified on the download page.
You can locate the Team Foundation Power Tools V1.2 release here and you can get help on the forums for these tools here.
After you install the power tools, you can find the help documentation for the commands, custom policies, and the build test tools task in <root>:\Program Files\Microsoft Team Foundation Server Power Tools. The help is included in a Word document titled "TeamFoundationPowertool.doc". If you find any issues with the help, please send us a note and we will work to fix it in the next release.
Q (the document writer)