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Even though it's February. But it is a new year, and this one is going to be different. For example, yesterday:
What does this have to do with MSDN Library updates? Nothing, really; we just don't get to make these comparisons very often.
What is new in the MSDN VS ALM Library:
Securing Team Foundation Server
Now you can learn about how security for Team Foundation Server is integrated with Windows authentication and utilizes permissions for users and groups. You can learn about the advantages of configuring your deployment of Team Foundation Server 2010 to use HTTPS with SSL, and follow the steps to support or require this protocol for web connections between the data, application, and client tiers.
TF Proxy command
The TF Proxy command has two purposes, and each purpose is aimed at a different type of user.
You can read more about the command in Tim's blog post: What If Using TFS Proxy Was as Easy as Making a Get? and in the MSDN topic.
Team Foundation Server is integrated with Windows authentication
Setting up HTTPS with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for Team Foundation Server
What If Using TFS Proxy Was as Easy as Making a Get?
Significant Changes Made to Streamline the Content for Work Item Type Schema Reference
Customizing Global Workflow
Compatibility between Team Foundation Clients and Team Foundation Server