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ET's VS and TFS World Fascinating tidbits about VS and TFS and .NET (well I hope...) April 2008 Entries
TFS SP1 feature list revealed!
Brian just announce the features list that will be available in the SP1 version of TFS 2008. Wow that's an impressive list of features... Check them out here Cheers, ET Technorati Tags: TFS 2008 SP1 ......

Posted On Monday, April 28, 2008 6:49 PM

What is DevTeach?
I will be a speaker at DevTeach Toronto, May 12-16. This is a small very interesting conference with a ton of great content and a lot of great speakers. Here is a nice description of what it is. DevTeach is innovating with its Silverlight 2.0 workshop in Toronto For the first time an independent conference is having a workshop on Building Business Applications with Silverlight 2.0. Join Rod Paddock and Jim Duffy as they give you a head start down the road to developing business-oriented Rich Internet ......

Posted On Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:39 PM

Team Foundation Server - Why are my users seeing all the team projects
I meant to blog about this for a while now but Willy just beat me to it. We had a discussion about this this morning and he did a great entry check it out Team Foundation Server - Why can all valid users see all Team Projects? Thanks Willy. Cheers, ET Technorati Tags: TFS ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 16, 2008 5:16 PM

TFS 2005 to 2008 upgrade: TFS Friendly name revisited
I'll preface this by saying this works for renaming your TFS server for internal use. I have not tried this for external use. There might be some more steps to get it to work from the Internet. In the past month we migrated our infrastructure from 2005 to 2008 and in order to upgrade we needed to change a few things. If you recall from this my blog post on the subject Changing to a friendly Team Foundation Server Name we changed the NETBIOS name a new nicer to remember name. Well it turns out that ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 16, 2008 4:54 PM

TFS 2005 to 2008 upgrade: SharePoint v3 security changes (what you need in order to manage TFS without being a windows administrator revisited)
So in this post I will revisit a post I wrote a while back TFS Server Administrators (when you can't be a Windows server administrator). Is it possible to manage a TFS instance without being a windows administrator? Well I'm aware of one thing right now I can't do as a regular application administrator. There are probably others but we are able to be pretty affective by following the steps in this and the previous post. I wrote the first post about a year and half ago and after going through many ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 16, 2008 3:27 PM

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