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Team Foundation Server Administration

Effective administration of Team Foundation Server is important to the success of your team projects. Team Foundation Server administrative tasks depend on the project management features that your organization requires. In order to administer Team Foundation Server, you must understand Team Foundation Server users, groups, security permissions and inheritance, and project portals. Typically other aspects of Team Foundation Server administration, such as configuration, daily monitoring and maintenance, and disaster recovery preparation, are familiar to the experienced server administrator.

Before you can start administering Team Foundation Server, you must first plan for and install Team Foundation Server.

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You can find the most current version of the Team Foundation Administrator's Guide on the Microsoft Web site.

Planning Overview for Team Foundation Server

Introduces key concepts and provides a link to Team Foundation Server planning documentation.

Installation Overview for Team Foundation Server

Introduces key concepts and provides a link to Team Foundation Server installation documentation.

Team Foundation Server and Service Pack 1

Introduces key concepts and provides a link to Team Foundation Server documentation for integrating the installation of Team Foundation Server and Service Pack 1.

Naming Restrictions for Team Foundation Server

Describes the naming restrictions for Team Foundation Server, including naming restrictions for servers, users, groups, and other components such as Team Foundation Build.

Requirements for Team Foundation Componentsn

Provides links to hardware and software requirements for Team Foundation components, including Team Foundation Server and Team Explorer.

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