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Moving our TFS Server to Active Directory wasn't that bad.  I followed these instructions from MSDN.  They are meant for people moving from one domain to another.  But the steps worked for moving from a TFS workgroup based install to a domain based install.

All of the tasks that were assigned to Kyle or myself were migrated over to our new domain usernames and using this handy permissions tool, I was able to get all of our permissions set correctly.

The only problem is initiating a build.  When I right click on our Team Build and try to start, it gives me this error:

Access to the path 'C:\tfs...BuildLog.txt' is denied

I'll tackle that one in the morning, it's been a long day.

And I'm also very excited to start using Grant Holliday's TFS Bug Snapper.

Here are the links to Part 1 and Part 2 of this AD Adventure.

 

Posted on Thursday, January 4, 2007 3:42 PM EnGraph , .NET , TFS | Back to top


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