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Configuring TFS Proxy to access TFS Server in another domain.
A while back I replied to a Rob Caron post regarding the connection of a TFS Proxy to a TFS Server in a different domain. Here's the link: http://blogs.msdn.com/robca... So, I am finally getting around to posting the actual Visio diagram for this particular configuration. I can verify that this configuration still works with SP1 of TFS. A few notes: This solution uses local machine accounts, taking advantage of pass-through authentication. While using non-domain accounts ......

Posted On Friday, January 19, 2007 7:24 PM

Forcing the TFS Build Service to use TFS Proxy
When using Visual Studio 2005 to access Team Foundation Server source, you can configure the client to use the TFS Proxy Server. However, on a build server, you don't necessarily have Visual Studio. installed. Further, the setting is per user, so you'd have to log into the box as athe build service account, run Visual Studio, and configure the proxy setting. So here's how you configure the build service to use your TFS Proxy server. Note that you still need to log into the box as the build service ......

Posted On Thursday, January 18, 2007 9:21 AM

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