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Team Project Groups

A team project group is a group associated with a specific team project. You can create any number of groups for your project, and grant them whatever project-specific permissions you want the group's members to possess.

Some team project groups are defined when your project is first created. The default groups that are included with Team Foundation Server are added to your project at its inception. In addition, all default server-level groups are added to the project; any custom server-level groups you might have created must be added manually. Any membership changes you make to server-level groups as part of the team project will be effective for all projects to which that group is assigned. Any permissions changes, however, are specific to the current team project.

For information about how to change default groups and server-level groups, see Default Groups and Server-Level Groups.

How to: Create a Team Project Group

Describes how to make your own custom team project group and assign the permissions that its members should possess.

How to: Add Users to a Team Project Group

Describes how to add users or groups to a new or existing team project group.

How to: Remove Users from a Team Project Group

Describes how to remove a user or a group from team group membership.

How to: Remove a Team Project Group

Describes how to remove a team project after you no longer have use for it.

How to: Rename a Team Project Group

Describes how to rename an existing team project to better reflect its function and purpose.

Team Foundation Server Security Concepts

Describes the basic concepts behind Team Foundation Server security. 

Team Foundation Server Security for Users and Groups

Describes how security in Team Foundation Server applies to users and groups.

Team Foundation Server Permissions

Describes the types of permissions in Team Foundation Server, their function, and how to manage them. 

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