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Recently, I had to authenticate to Team Foundation Server using an account with greater permissions to perform some administrative tasks.  As you may know, this requires entering alternate credentials when you add the server to the list of TFS servers, or when you need to connect to the server.  Once […]

Using different credentials to connect to Team Foundation Server

It’s been a massive week for Microsoft.  We are really in full swing when it comes to the largest release cycle in Microsoft’s history. It all began on Wednesday at 10 AM PST (Pacific) which is an appallingly wee-hours 3 AM AEST (Australian East).  Insomnia had gripped me, so with […]

Windows 8, Visual Studio 2012 are here

Introduction Following on from the previous article, where I installed the Visual Studio 11 Release Candidate on a Windows 8 Release Candidate, I’m now going to step through the process to set up a complimentary ALM capability – Team Foundation Server 2012 (Release Candidate). As per the previous article, links […]

Team Foundation Server 2012 – Release Candidate (Installation) – Part ...

Today was a big day if you happen to enjoy Release Candidate builds from Microsoft.  Not only did we see the RC release of both Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 (and Hyper-V Server), but it also coincided with the release of RC editions of the Visual Studio 11 developer […]

Big Release Candidate Day – Microsoft

If you’ve ever wanted to have an installation of Team Foundation Server 2010 use a standalone or existing instance of SharePoint Server (2010) then you’ve likely needed to install Extensions for SharePoint on the MOSS server.  If, like me, you encountered the following error whilst trying to configure the extensions […]

SharePoint Extensions for Team Foundation Server install fails