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For the installation I selected only the Team Foundation Server role.

Then, I opened the Team Foundation Server Administration Console (which I think is a great addition and improvement over the way TFS was configured in the past) to proceed with the configuration of the pieces.

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Once I selected the Configure Installed Features, the Configuration Center opened up.

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Now, the choices … In my implementation here I just want to take advantage of Source Control primarily.  I want to be able to store my code and projects.  So, Basic it is!

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So, the Basic Configuration Wizard opens up.  Now the options to configure are very limited, but we have to provide details for the SQL Server Instance. And now, to select Install SQL Server express.  If you want to take advantage of another system in your environment to host your database, well you could Use an existing SQL Server Instance.

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Once it has the details it needs, you get a Summary view to confirm your choices.

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Once, you click next or verify, it runs readiness checks on your system to make sure the installation will have a successful pass.  And we love GREEN!

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Now, since got the green flag, our next stop is to let the wizard do its magic, click on Configure.  And once again, we love GREEN!

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We click Next, and … We like a big Green Success sign …

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We close the Configuration Center …

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First results … Web Access …  Nothing to show … but we are there!

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And all this running from a Microsoft Home Server installation.

Posted on Monday, May 17, 2010 7:05 PM TFS | Back to top


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