I must decide if I should remotely work for a customer managing a TFS server with thir source codes. I don't know perfectly this tool. I created all the necessary accounts.
In Solution Explorer inside Visual Studio I see the left panel with the server and the project to maintain. In the right panel I see my local directory of my computer.
This should be part of the so-called "TFS workspace".
I imagine the settings of this tool are kept remotely somewhere in the server.
Does the TFS administrator can edit the workspace?
For example I have mapped a project in this directory: Z:\Sources\ThisCustomer\
Is it possible, maybe not officially but with some "undocumented" ways, edit the local directory remotely? I mean editing the workspace sitting in front of TFS server as administrator.
If the administrator edit the workspace so the mapped directory is "Z:" and not what I set up, does this mean next time I start Visual Studio, this thing will read and send my whole disk to them?