How to: Set Administrator Permissions for Windows SharePoint Services
In order to add a person in the Team Foundation Server administrator role, you must set permissions in Team Foundation Server groups, Windows SharePoint Services groups, and Reporting Services groups. You must also set permissions on the Team Foundation application-tier and data-tier computer groups as necessary. In this topic, you will learn how to designate a group as the SharePoint Administration group.
Members of the Administrators group on the Team Foundation application-tier server are automatically members of the SharePoint Administration group.
To perform this procedure, you must be a member of the Administrators group on the Team Foundation application-tier server or a member of the SharePoint Administration group. For more information about permissions, see.
To designate a group as the SharePoint Administration group
On the Team Foundation application-tier, click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click SharePoint Central Administration.
In Central Administration, click Set SharePoint Administration Group.
In Set SharePoint Administration Group, type the group account name and the domain if appropriate.
You can only designate one domain group or user to the SharePoint Administration group. You cannot add a local group. However, members of the local Administrators group on the Team Foundation application-tier server can also perform administration tasks for Windows SharePoint Services products and technologies.