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Mainframe Admin turned Software Developer turned Software Configuration Manager. Mostly interested in C#, .net and TFS. Happy to talk version control and SCM outside of Microsoft land though.


Oct
8
comment VS2013 & TFS2012: Cannot create Team Project from outside of LAN (TF400324)
Are the TFS application tier and the TFS data tier both installed on the same server? The reports 'fgnd-server/Reports'; are hosted in reporting services on port 80. TFS is hosted in IIS and is typically on port 8080. Sharepoint (if you're using it) is hosted in IIS on port 80. If all 3 products are installed on the same server then it's likely that the ports may be different (you'll need to check this). To be able to create a new team project you will need access to all 3 web sites so you'll need to do port forwarding for all 3.
Aug
22
answered Add “tf edit” in Context Menu
Mar
29
answered TFS permissions overriding if a user is member of more group
Nov
11
comment TF command line: what is the analog of “svn -u status”?
Ok, for server changes you could use the corresponding, tf checkin /validate this will show you the pending changes in your workspace. Without checking in. You can also use the TFS powertools command [tfpt uu]{blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/shair/archive/2008/09/03/…} this will undo any files checked out which are unchanged. Finally look at tf diff to see if that meets your needs
Nov
6
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Nov
5
answered TF command line: what is the analog of “svn -u status”?
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