Thanks. Now you can go into Visual Studio 2008 and Team Explorer will have new entry. Ire-installed software in exactly same order you have given in above post. Reply Anonymous says: 2010-07-23 at 21:56 this helps me to connect to the TFS server.
Access to a website for Team Foundation has been restricted. But still it is not working. I had the trailing slash in my configuration. The solution originally provided in http://blogs.msdn.com/ablock/archive/2009/05/20/for-tfs-2010-beta-1-resolving-tf31001-the-servicepointmanager-does-not-support-proxies-with-the-https-scheme.aspx worked for the TF31002 error in my case. (Just my 2 cents..) ben dyer says: 2010-01-14 at 22:07 cool, I can't telnet to port 8080.
why do they give the same output? The drop down list of TFS servers is empty and it gives me a TF31002 error to the effect that it cannot connect to my TFS 2010 server. You might also need to clear the client cache. Team Explorer 2008 Sp1 You can express the connection string as follows: http://
The Installation order is really important to make it work. - Install Visual Studio 2008 - Install Team Explorer 2008 - Install Visual Studio 2008 SP1 (This will upgrade both VS2008 I verified the name is correct and that it is resolving the name to the one that TFS 2010 Admin Console says I should be using. Once you install everything, you can try adding Team Foundation Server 2010 as destination, but you will be greeted with error "TF31002: Unable to connect to this Team Foundation Server …". Check with your account administrator that you’re a member of the account and have an active, valid license.
Reply Saj says: 2011-12-12 at 15:53 Worked for me too. Unable To Connect To This Team Foundation Server Reply Anonymous says: 2012-04-17 at 10:30 Fantastic - worked for me :) Reply alexoffspring says: 2012-04-23 at 12:06 Tnx! The Issue is around trying to add the TFS server into the Team Explorer window in Visual Studio 2008. Grant says: 2010-01-14 at 22:59 @Ben - Check the incoming firewall on the server and the outgoing firewall on your own machine.
Reply Ashrith says: 2012-12-07 at 10:36 Excellent! button 7. Tf31002 Visual Studio 2008 http://tfs.edatatrace.com:8080/tfs/defaultcollectionCan you store this directly and where? Vsts 2008 Forward Compatibility Update As an administrator, you should check the event logs for the application-tier server to try to pinpoint the problem.
Possible reasons for failure include: The Team Foundation Server name, port number or protocol is incorrect. This allows me to see the collection of projects on the tfs server. Reply Anonymous says: 2010-08-12 at 22:21 I ran through these steps and they worked great on my computer so I applied the same steps to a co-workers computer. this contact form Output the first position in your program for each input character Son's music tastes Why did it take longer to go to Rivendell in The Hobbit than in The Fellowship of
Click Close. Vs90sp1-kb945140-enu SharePoint Conference 2012 Exam Cram Session on Exam 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012. I had the trailing slash in my configuration.
We faced this issue and came to know about the Visual Studio 2008 Forward Compatibility Update. What is an example of infinite dimensional subspace that is not closed? Here's a screenshot showing the error: unable to connect to this Team Foundation Server. Tf31002 Visual Studio 2015 Geeks With Blogs Content Categories ASP.Net SQL Server Apple Google SharePoint Windows Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Agile Office Design Patterns Web Azure Brand New Posts on Geeks with Blogs 0
And I've checked theserver logs to see if there's an entry that wouldhelp elucidate the problem--no joy. A better workaround for this issues is to use a server URL that does not have a trailing backslash e.g. "http://[ServerName]:8080/tfs" this should work properly. Reply Anonymous says: 2012-05-09 at 17:59 Thanks! http://webinweb.net/visual-studio/vs-2008-unable-to-connect-to-team-foundation-server.html Removed and it's ok.
Click Add… 8. http://:/tfs/. The Installation order is really important to make it work. - Install Visual Studio 2008 - Install Team Explorer 2008 - Install Visual Studio 2008 SP1 (This will upgrade both VS2008 When you click OK, you’re presented with list of available Team Projects to choose from. 2.
re-install VS 2008 Service Pack 1 install the Visual Studio Team System 2008 Service Pack 1 Forward Compatibility Update for Team Foundation Server 2010 (VS90SP1-KB974558-x86.exe) Config when adding a TFS server tasks). Do the Registry entry specified above. Perhaps the RegEdit instructions are bad?
Reply Mike H says: 2011-07-04 at 18:15 I've been searching for answers to the exact same issue on the web for days, and only yours worked!!! See Assign licenses to users for details. You want to log into VSTS from Visual Studio using a different account.