I have read this question: Visual Studio 2008: Can't connect to known good TFS 2010. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed When does TNG take place in relation to DS9? Enter the server URL as value. this content
I just joined the ALM Rangers program Micro HDMI to HDMI now available through DealExtre... ► June ( 5 ) ► May ( 3 ) ► April ( 1 ) ► larger image Question: how can you connect from VS 2008 Pro to a TFS 2010 server? Ire-installed software in exactly same order you have given in above post. You receive this error when you try to connect to an on-premises TFS from your client computer If you determine that you’re receiving this error from one computer but not others,
And I've checked theserver logs to see if there's an entry that wouldhelp elucidate the problem--no joy. But due to the new features introduced in TFS 2010, we were forced to move to TFS 2010 with VS 2008 projects. The Issue is around trying to add the TFS server into the Team Explorer window in Visual Studio 2008. Reply Sean D says: 2011-07-26 at 18:22 I also have Windows 7 64 bit and had a very difficult time, but I DID GET IT!
share|improve this answer edited May 26 '11 at 21:07 MrHinsh 16.6k32551 answered Dec 18 '09 at 11:46 Bert 47357 Thanks Bert; I had not seen that blogpost. The steps are the following - 1. Email: (never displayed)*Email is optional, but if you enter one at least make sure it is valid. (will show your gravatar) Comment: *I do want to hear your thoughts. Vsts 2008 Forward Compatibility Update Proposed as answer by Edwer FangModerator Tuesday, August 31, 2010 3:28 AM Marked as answer by Tess_H Tuesday, August 31, 2010 3:25 PM Monday, August 30, 2010 11:23 PM All replies
I have provided screenshot of dialog where you can specify your server. If the configuration for the on-premises TFS has changed, you must create a new connection. Reply Rahul Shinde says: June 14, 2010 at 12:25 am When I install TFS 2010 Client Explorer on XP SP3, it runs into lot of error, the disk space is available After the installation is completed successfully, you should provide theentire URL to connect TFS2010 server.
Reply Anonymous says: 2011-04-17 at 02:58 Thanks, it works! Team Explorer 2008 Sp1 For example, you can't switch between different organizational accounts to connect to multiple accounts that are linked to directory tenants. The greying out of the port etc only happens if this is resolved Reply Ken Almond says: March 11, 2011 at 10:16 am In my case - I didn't have the Reply Follow UsPopular TagsVisual Studio Team Foundation Server Software Testing Windows Mobile Off Topic North Carolina test automation TFS 2010 Source Control metrics community TFS integration mobile blogging jobs web application
Connect to TFS using Tools-> Connect to Team Foundation server. Left by Lars-Erik Eriksson on Apr 11, 2012 4:59 PM # re: Connect to TFS2010 Server using VS 2008 Client I struggled for a while with it, finally got it going Visual Studio 2008 Tfs 2013 Reply [email protected] says: February 14, 2010 at 11:55 am This does not work for me. Tf31002 Visual Studio 2008 If a group of users cannot access Team Foundation Server, you might have trust issues between domains.
But still it is not working. news First, you should open the administration console for Team Foundation, display the Application Tier page, and review the URL assignments. VS2008 rejects anything with a http: or / The full path is how you describe it, but we cannot seem to make this work in VS2008, as it compiles the path Look for more TFS 2010 snippets that we learn over the coming weeks! -Chris Tags TFS 2010 Visual Studio 2008 Comments (3) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website ChrAd says: Visual Studio 2008 Team Explorer
Thus, to confirm that you’ve correctly set this up, do the following: 1. http://
By default it is “tfs”. Vs2008 Sp1 Not the answer you're looking for? The Installation order is really important to make it work. - Install Visual Studio 2008 - Install Team Explorer 2008 - Install Visual Studio 2008 SP1 (This will upgrade both VS2008
Firewall ports are open, and is accessible via the browser on the dev machine!! You can express the connection string as follows: http://
Updated the my 'resolution' in the question. –p.campbell Oct 28 '10 at 16:10 SP1 first, then this worked for me. –ben May 29 '13 at 9:24 add a comment| If the server name is an IPv6 address, it can contain the character ‘:’ only if the full name is enclosed by square brackets.” From a lot of research, we came You should verify or correct restrictions that are made to those websites that are based on IP addresses and domain names. http://bovbjerg.net/visual-studio/visual-studio-2008-cannot-connect-to-team-foundation-server.php Install VS2008 SP1 3.
Some Rights Reserved Template Design by Herdiansyah Hamzah . Here is where the major issue comes: how to access TFS 2010 from VS 2008? Big deal Comments and Discussions You must Sign In to use this message board. In VS2008, click Tools | Connect To Team Foundation Server 6.
Reason behind this is that old Team Explorer 2008 does not know anything about collections. Click Close. It has been quite a journey. You might receive this error when you try to connect to Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) or from Visual Studio or Team Explorer to VSTS or an on-premises Team Foundation Server
Thanks. Re-open Visual Studio 2008 and connect to TFS 2010. It was my fault, I misspelled the collection name. why does this error keep popping out?
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