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Create team project from command-line with TFS Power Tools

Our┬ádepartment had an interesting challenge the last week. We have an old local on-premise “Team Foundation Server” (TFS) in our data room with two VMware hosts containing a number virtual machines. 308 more words

SQL Server

TFS: Scorch to ensure source control and the local disk are identical with tfs power tools

Today looking at my tfs workspace I’ve found that its dimension was really huge than the real space that would taken from a clean download of the sources. 657 more words

Visual Studio

TFS Baseless Merge between disconnected Branches


Performing a merge in Team Foundation Server is only possible when moving from a child branch back up to its source or parent, basically where you branched your code from. 645 more words


Source Code Backups using TFS Shelvesets

Back up plans are always important to consider, if you have no plan, I doubt I need to extol the benefits of such practice.

In all likelihood, the source code that you work on will be checked into some kind of source control that will sit on servers managed by a group of IT Pros. 435 more words

Source Control System

Team Foundation Server: Visual Studio 2010 Power Tools–Error: Cannot install side-by-side with Windows Shell Extensions 2008


The Problem:

Our current environment setup was Visual Studio (VS) 2008, VS 2008 Team Explorer and VS 2008 Power Tools.

We planned an upgrade to VS 2010 so we perform below steps: 99 more words

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