So how do you find time to manage TFS?

TFS is a large product. Not a day goes by for me without discovering something new. With this size and complexity comes the potential for a significant administrative burden. Create a team project here, assign some permissions there, and the poor TFS administrator will be run off their feet. Sound familiar? IMO, this type of…

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The Road to TFS – Experience from the Field (Part 3)

So one week on, how did it pan out? In short, not bad… not bad at all. We had about 100 users come on board on Day 1. We saw a reasonable amount of load on the TFS servers for about 4 hours, as users populated their workspaces. After that (and subsequent days), things tapered…

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The Road to TFS – Experience from the Field (Part 2)

This is a follow-up to my last post where I’ll talk about the highlights and lowlights of our TFS deployment project.  So how were the requirements met? Yes, we used VSSConverter. It turns out that that it’s quite a resilient tool. We managed to import over 162,000 files with their respective histories, even with a few server…

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