I’ve performed an upgrade from TFS2010 to TFS2013 at a customer site last week. The upgrade consisted in moving to a different machine and from a Workstation to an Active Directory Domain. The operation was simple, because the customer uses only Source Control and they want to spent minimal time in the operation, so we […]

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A customer updated his TFS 2010 to 2013 in a new machine running Windows Server 2012 R2 and Sql Server 2014. Everything went fine, until after few days they started having an error whenever he tried to do a GetLatest or a Check-in or Check-out operation. Error TF53001: The database operation was canceled by an […]

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Today I encountered a strange error during the configuration of a Build Controller in TFS. We installed and configured the first Build Controller for a TFS Instance, everything went good, but both controllers and agent are marked with stopped icon, even if status is “ready” Figure 1: Controller and agents are marked as stopped even […]

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Some time ago a friend asked me the easiest way to get code from a specific folder and a specific version in TFVC. The goal is avoiding using Get Specific Version because he do not want to overwrite the Workspace folder he is using, he want also to avoid creating another workspace only to do […]

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Sometimes, even if you are logged in as a domain user that has all the rights to access TFS, when you navigate to TFS you are prompted for password every time. You simply re-enter your credentials and you access TFS, but each time you close and reopen the browser you need to manually reenter credentials. […]

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