Upgrading from Team Suite Trial Edition, Beta 3 Refresh


If you are curious to what the upgrade experience is like moving from the Team Suite Trial Edition to the fully-licensed product, David Lemphers has a post with a screen capture that shows it to be relatively painless:

So for those who are running the 180 day VSTS Team Suite eval, and finally do that deal with Mr. B to upgrade their sub, then don’t stress, there is an easy upgrade path.

David Lemphers – Nigel pedals a VSTS Team Suite upgrade!

Speaking of painless upgrades (or mostly harmless at least), see these early reports from people who have installed or upgraded Team Foundation Server RC.

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Comments (12)

  1. That’s right! It became available for MSDN subscribers to download yesterday afternoon. If you are going…

  2. Rob Caron has been real busy posting, so here is a summary:

    Team Foundation Server RC and MSDN

    RTFM…

  3. Mark says:

    what the heck is ASP.NET 2.0 QFE 4014? TFS install says it’s required but I can’t find it anywhere.  Trying to install TFS RC on win2k3 server

  4. Eliyahu says:

    I am also having this ASP.NET 2.0 QFE 4014 issue. What is it?

  5. Eliyahu says:

    Just found it on another blog. It is KB913393

  6. You’ll probably be seeing a lot of these type of posts around the net, but I just wanted to say that I’ve got the RC version of Team Foundation Server up and running in a VPC. Apart from my only…

  7. RobCaron says:

    The QFEs required by Team Foundation Server RC are included on the disc image with Team Foundation Server.

  8. Sam Gentile says:

    I am so swamped with work that I have not been able to blog. I have a ton of stuff I want to write…

  9. Rob Caron says:

    I’ve been cruising the Web looking for blog posts from people who have installed Team Foundation…

  10. Rob Caron says:

    In a previous post (Upgrading from Team Suite Trial Edition, Beta 3 Refresh) I wrote about the upgrade…

  11. Jiri says:

    To resolve this issue

    The text should read:

    ASP.NET 2.0 KB913393 is a prerequisite for this product. You must first install ASP.NET 2.0 KB913393, which is included on the Team Foundation Server installation media, before you can install this product.

  12. Sam Gentile says:

    I am so swamped with work that I have not been able to blog. I have a ton of stuff I want to write about

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