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  • Blog Post: How to setup environments for Agent-less deployments in Release Management 2013 with Update 3 RC

    With Microsoft Release Management 2013 Update 3 RC, you can now use Windows PowerShell or Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) for deploying and managing configuration data. We now support deploying to On-premise environment (Standard) and Azure environments without having to setup Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Your Data from TFS to Visual Studio Online with New Free Utility from OpsHub

    Ever since we launched Visual Studio Online in November, we’ve had tremendous success with lots of teams coming to Visual Studio Online for their needs. We’ve had many Team Foundation Server customers asking us how to move to Visual Studio Online but also take their most important history...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Online Guidance for Consulting Teams and Systems Integrators

    If you are a consulting team or systems integrator partner this post is for you. In the Visual Studio Online team we are aware that many of you are looking for ways to more efficiently deliver projects for your customers. It has been a very popular scenario in the adoption of Visual Studio Online. We...
  • Blog Post: TF255356: Known Issue with Configuring TFS 2013 RTM Express and Basic

    This post is to report a known issue with configuration in Team Foundation Server 2013 RTM. The issue is specific to configuring TFS Basic, Express, or Upgrade on a machine with SQL Express 2008 R2 SP1 or SP2 installed. There is a workaround, which is outlined below. Description If you try to configure...
  • Blog Post: TFS 2013 process templates get a name change

    With the latest Team Foundation Service update and with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 RTM , we have changed the names of all process templates. From now on, the process template names will reflect the version of Team Foundation Server that supports their download. The new names are: ...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the availability of Team Foundation Server 2013 Power Tools

    Today we have released Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 Power Tools This release supports Visual Studio 2013 RC Team Foundation Server 2013 RC To download this release please see: - Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 Power Tools - Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: Set Local Workspaces as Default when Upgrading to TFS 2012

    I was reminded yesterday by a customer about something in the upgrade process that I thought was a helpful reminder for all the TFS administrators.  If you are upgrading from an earlier version of Team Foundation Server to the recently released Team Foundation Server 2012, you’ll want to make sure...
  • Blog Post: Test Attachment, Version Control and Database sizes in Team Foundation server

    One of our ALM Rangers, Mattias Sköld , was finding that he was recreating the same SQL queries to determine the size of his Test attachments, Version control etc.  With this in mind he has now extended his TFS Administrators Toolkit to include this functionality. If you haven’t used the TFS Administrators...
  • Blog Post: Quick Response Sample – Command line utility to manage Team Foundation Server Teams and Users

    Q uick R esponse samples provide information directly from Visual Studio ALM Rangers working with the Microsoft Visual Studio Product Group, in response to feature gaps to supplement the product and knowledge base information. Issue The Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server VM Factory automation...
  • Blog Post: Changing the default number of tasks displayed on the taskboard

    Whether you've installed the beta or signed up for the hosted service, you've probably seen the new taskboard feature , one of the new planning and tracking tools. Hopefully you've started playing with all these tools, adding items to your backlog, creating tasks, and moving tasks from one state to another...
  • Blog Post: What's New in the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 11 Developer Preview

    This post provides an overview of most (but I don't promise ALL!) of the new tools, features, and enhancements available in the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 11 Developer Preview : New Look and Feel for both Team Web Access and Team Explorer Agile Project Management Agile Requirements...
  • Blog Post: Videos about Visual Studio ALM + Team Foundation Server 2010 on MSDN

    MSDN has many videos that show how you can use Visual Studio ALM tools and Team Foundation Server to help your team develop software more successfully: Testing How do I get started with test cases in Visual Studio Test Professional 2010? How do I manage test cases with Visual Studio 2010...
  • Blog Post: Manage and Track Your Software Project Portfolio in both Team Foundation and Project Server

    Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server Integration Feature Pack (Beta) enables data to flow from work items in Team Foundation to tasks in enterprise project plans. If you subscribe to MSDN, you can now manage your portfolio of software projects using work items in Team Foundation...
  • Blog Post: VSALM Library Updates on MSDN for September 2010

    A couple of exciting additions to the Application Lifecycle Management documentation this month: The complete guide to the Best Practices Analyzer Tool for Team Foundation Server (BPA) is now in the MSDN Library. BPA is a Team Foundation Server Power Tool that diagnoses a large number of issues with...
  • Blog Post: VSALM Library Updates on MSDN for August 2010

    Lots of new and updated information in the August update to the Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management section of MSDN. Remember that many of these changes are a direct response to your requests and comments. We welcome your feedback and questions – either in the Community Content at the...
  • Blog Post: VSALM Library Updates on MSDN for July 2010

    The Visual Studio Application Lifecycle Management Developer Content team, aka the doc writers, prowl the blogs and forums looking for ideas that we can use to clarify our explanations of VS ALM. We also respond to community comments from the MSDN Library wiki and feedback. Once a month, we publish new...
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