Continued from Pro-active 2010 Guidance by the rangers - Visual Studio 2010 Quick Reference Guidance: Part 1 and Pro-active 2010 Guidance by the Rangers – Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 Virtualization Guidance: Part 2.

Before we proceed, THANK YOU very much for all the “candid” feedback received to date on our new members to the family of Rangers solutions. Note that under news on the left you have an easy list and hyperlinks to these image solutions … hope that this ticks off another one of the numerous requests we have received.

Back to TFS 2010 Upgrade Guidance, which you can find here: http://vs2010upgradeguide.codeplex.com/Clipart Illustration of a White Character Straightening Leaning Boxes Of Cardboard Shipping Boxes

We have just re-published the Team Foundation Server 2010 Upgrade guidance and urge you to download the latest guidance, which includes a polished version of the previous guidance and additional questions & answers.

If you are looking for migration and synchronization scenarios, consider whether an upgrade is not an option.

If (yes) {have a look at the upgrade guidance which covers the recommended upgrade scenarios to TFS 2010}
else 
{
    If (upgrade an option) {have a look at the upgrade guidance which covers the recommended upgrade scenarios to TFS 2010}
    else 
        If (upgrade an option) {have a look at the upgrade guidance which covers the recommended upgrade scenarios to TFS 2010}
        else
        {
              OK, upgrade is obviously not an option.
              Have a look at our TFS Integration Platform initiative: http://tfsintegration.codeplex.com/.
        }
}