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If you havent seen it yet MSBee  Beta has been release.

Check it out here http://www.gotdotnet.com/codegallery/codegallery.aspx?id=9ac94da5-8e5a-4a33-beda-9b8d00970371

In addition to this there are 2 additional tools that the MSBee team have apprently published. These are (in their own words)

“Managed Stack Explorer

MSE is a lightweight tool for monitoring .NET 2.0 processes and stack traces.  Just copy and run.  No installation required.

Download Managed Stack Explorer v1.1

 

TFS Admin Tool (Joe's Announcement)

For anybody who has used any of the betas or CTPs of Team Foundation Server, you are probably aware of the pain around user administration.  Simply put, a TFS administrator must add users (and their appropriate permissions roles) in TFS, Sharepoint, and SQL Reporting Services servers separately to completely setup their TFS installation.  This process is time-consuming at best and downright confusing at worst.

 

I originally blogged about whether or not a tool to solve this pain point was worth pursuing a couple of months ago.  From the feedback we received on that blog post, and the MSDN Product Feedback Center suggestion filed for such a tool, we decided to create the tool as a Visual Studio Power Toy.

Download TFS Admin Tool Beta 1

 

According to Josh who sent me the announcement, the forum for feedback is over here and you can post bugs here. Posted on Wednesday, February 22, 2006 6:22 PM .NET | Back to top


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