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Upgrading SharePoint Products and Technologies for Team Foundation Server

After you upgrade from Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server to Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Foundation Server, you should also consider upgrading the SharePoint Products and Technologies for your project sites. The newer version of Team Foundation Server will still work with Windows SharePoint Services 2.0. However, you can take advantage of the new features for project sites if you also upgrade your SharePoint Products and Technologies to either Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

For more information about each of the SharePoint Products and Technologies, see SharePoint Products and Technologies on the Microsoft Web site.

If you are upgrading to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, see the following topics in Upgrading to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on the Microsoft Web site.

  • Plan and prepare for upgrade

  • Perform pre-upgrade steps

If you are upgrading to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, see the following topics in Upgrading to Office SharePoint Server 2007 on the Microsoft Web site.

  • Plan and prepare for upgrade

  • Perform pre-upgrade steps

Use the following table to identify the topic that describes the steps that you will follow to upgrade SharePoint Products and Technologies. You can find all of this information at the Windows Server TechCenter on the Microsoft Web site.

If you upgraded to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, see Performing post-upgrade steps (Windows SharePoint Services).

If you upgraded to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, see Performing post-upgrade steps (Office SharePoint Server).

If you performed a gradual upgrade or deployed a server farm, use TFSAdminUtil to associate the new server or server farm with Team Foundation Server.

TfsAdminUtil configureconnections /SharepointURI:http://sharepointserver:port/sites /SharepointAdminUri:http://sharepointserver:adminport /SharepointUnc:\\sharepointserver\sites

The following table describes the values to use in the command line.

sharepointserver

The name of the server where the SharePoint Products and Technologies are deployed.

port

The port used by SharePoint Products and Technologies for user services. This is typically port 80.

adminport

The port used by SharePoint Products and Technologies for administrative services.

If you create team projects by using the version of Team Explorer for Visual Studio 2005, you must update those computers after you upgrade SharePoint Products and Technologies to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. For more information, see How to: Upgrade Team Explorer for New Releases of SharePoint Products and Technologies.

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