How to: View Version Control File and Folder Properties
Team Foundation version control properties include general file and folder information, pending check-in status, security information, and branching history.
Team Foundation version control properties are not viewed in Visual Studio's Properties Window. They are viewed in their own Properties dialog box, as described in the following procedure.
To perform these procedures, you must have the Read permission set to Allow. For more information, see Team Foundation Server Permissions.
To view version control item properties
To open Source Control Explorer, on the View menu, click Other Windows and then click Source Control Explorer.
In Source Control Explorer, click the Workspaces drop-down list box in the toolbar, and select the workspace that you want to use.
The local path for the workspace is listed on the top of the right pane of Source Control Explorer.
Go to the local path of a folder or file that you want to view the properties on, right-click, and click Properties.
In the Properties dialog box, you can view properties contained in the following tabs:
General Contains the Name of the file or folder, and the Encoding used for the file (for example, utf-8). For more information about how to configure the encoding, see How to: Configure Version Control File Encoding.
Status Displays any pending changes associated with the item.
Security Lists the Users, Groups, and Permissions associated with the item. For more information, see How to: Control Access to Team Foundation Version Control.
Branches If applicable, lists the branches that the file was branched from.