Team Foundation Server on MSDN Subscriber Downloads


We shipped yesterday (March 18) and it appears that both the Workgroup Edition and Trial Edition are now available for download! That didn’t take too long. Enjoy!

Remember, if you install either edition, you can upgrade to Standard Edition by running setup in Maintenance Mode and providing the correct product key. For those who obtain Standard Edition through Volume Licensing, the process for finding your product key should be the same as with any other Visual Studio product. For more information, see Upgrading from Visual Studio Team Suite for VL Customers.

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Comments (12)

  1. Sam Gentile says:

    As most of you and the VSTS team know, I have been posting on TFS and VSTS for the better part of two…

  2. As Rob Caron wrote on his blog, the RTM version of Team Foundation Server can be downloaded from MSDN…

  3. Rob Caron says:

    I thought I’d expand on the post I made over the weekend, Team Foundation Server on MSDN Subscriber…

  4. There has been much excitement over the RTM of TFS, however, you cannot buy a pretty boxed copy as of…

  5. Migration Team Foundation Server Trial to not trial

  6. Wallace Breza says:

    Will Team Foundation Server Standard Edition available to MSDN premium (Team Suite) subscribers?

  7. RobCaron says:

    Wallace, Team Founation Foundation Server Standard Edition is not included in the MSDN Premium subscription; it is licensed separately.

  8. NunoC's blog says:

    Tenho recebido alguns pedidos de esclarecimento sobre a possibilidade de instalar o Team Foundation Server…

  9. Scott Munro says:

    I just read a post from Rob Caron where he said that both the Trial and Workgroup editions of Team Foundation…

  10. As most of you and the VSTS team know, I have been posting on TFS and VSTS for the better part of two

  11. As most of you and the VSTS team know, I have been posting on TFS and VSTS for the better part of two years no w. I have been meaning to post on the VSTS ship. As Rob announced , TFS shipped yesterday and is available on MSDN Subscriber Downloads! I spent

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