Solved: "This item cannot be added because its destination path is cloaked."

You may run into this error message while trying to add a project to Team Foundation Server:

This item cannot be added because its destination path is cloaked.

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Consolidate Mappings

Error when trying to access Source Control with Team Explorer

The problem is as described in the title. This was in my case due to corrupted Visual Studio version control cached data.

I fixed it like this: 55 more words

Microsoft

New PBI Edit Dialog in Visual Studio Online - Review

Preview of new PBI Edit Dialog

Microsoft shows a new design preview for the Product Backlog Item edit dialog. As usual, Microsoft releases this in Visual Studio Online before it arrives in the on-premise version of the Team Foundation Server. 611 more words

Microsoft

Create a TFS Backlog Item with PowerShell

Inspired by this blog post by the AIT GmbH, the following PowerShell script is created to simply create a new product backlog item in a team project in Team Foundation Server. 249 more words

PowerShell

How to delete a team project in TFS 2010?

How to delete a team project in TFS 2010?

If you are using Team Foundation Server, you definitely have been in the situation that you want to delete a Team Project. 17 more words

Windows

TFS: Installing locally for free (legally). Why?...

At work, I want to get ahead on using the TFS API to drag data out of the MTM/TFS repository especially around test related queries, e.g. 224 more words

Testing

#VS2015 - Pull Request from VS IDE ? in the near future ...

Hola!

For sure, you already know what is a Pull Request. For the ones working with Git, is a key piece for the collaboration process. 415 more words

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