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I've installed Team Foundation Server 2010 on my WHS (in 'Basic' configuration, no Sharepoint or Server Proxy or Build Automation) and have enabled port forwarding on my router. If I use http:// localhost:8080/tfs/web or http:// foobar:8080/tfs/web I can log in using username.

However, attempting to log in via http:// foobar.homeserver.com:8080/tfs/web will not let me log in. After a couple of attempts with different variations on the username, I get a 403 error, with access denied. I've tried foobar.homeserver.com\username, foobar\username and just username, but to no avail.

Any ideas? I've checked that there are no IP restrictions within ISS.

Thanks

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"It will not let me log in" - in what way? Are you getting an error page before or after you try to log in? –  Richard Oct 28 '10 at 8:19
    
You're right, I should have been clearer (I'll update the question). I get 403 after trying to login a couple of times, as though it's an incorrect username or password - but if I use the internal URLs, I can log in with username. –  StormPooper Oct 28 '10 at 12:47
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I believe that you need to configure alternate access mappings in Sharepoint. Doing this should be relatively the same in all editions of Sharepoint.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263208(office.12).aspx

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Thanks, but the server does not have Sharepoint installed, only TFS basic. –  StormPooper Oct 28 '10 at 12:48
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up vote 0 down vote accepted

For anyone who was interested, I hadn't configured my user to use Web Access specifically, as I was able to log in with the Administrator account I had installed TFS with.

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