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Managing Permissions

As an administrator, you control what users are allowed to do by specifying permissions. To simplify this task, Team Foundation provides default groups and permissions settings. You can also customize these default settings or create your own. The topics in this section provide you with the details about permissions.

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Team Foundation Server Permissions

Describes the various permissions that can be set for users and groups in Team Foundation Server.

Team Foundation Server Default Groups, Permissions, and Roles

Describes the groups and permissions created by default when Team Foundation Server is installed or you create a new team project.

Team Foundation Server Administrator Permissions

Describes the permissions required for a Team Foundation Server administrator and where to find information on how to set those permissions for Team Foundation Server, Windows SharePoint Services, and SQL Reporting Services.

Team Foundation Server Project Lead Permissions

Describes the permissions required for a Team Foundation Server project lead and where to find information on how to set those permissions for Team Foundation Server, Windows SharePoint Services, and SQL Reporting Services.

Team Foundation Server Contributor Permissions

Describes the permissions required for a Team Foundation Server project contributor and where to find information on how to set those permissions for Team Foundation Server, Windows SharePoint Services, and SQL Reporting Services.

Team Foundation Source Control Permissions

Describes the security rights and permissions for source control, builds, and auditing for use with the tf command.

Viewing and Changing Permissions

Describes the procedures for viewing or changing the server-level and project-level permissions for users and groups.

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