Configuring Team Foundation Version Control

Visual Studio 2010

There are several ways in which you can customize how Team Foundation version control works. For example you can choose to check out all files in a project by default, choose to activate or deactivate prompts when you are checking files in or out, and you can set up a proxy server to improve performance for a remote development team.

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Change settings for basic version control operations. Set operations such as whether to check out all files in a project by default or activate or inactivate prompts.

Configure Visual Studio with Team Foundation Version Control

Understand the options available for version control. Learn about how you can customize how your version control works.

Version Control Environment Options

Use another tool to merge or compare files. Enable tools other than Team Foundation version control to merge or compare files under version control.

Configure Version Control User Tools

Configure version control to use a proxy server. Use a proxy server to improve performance for a remote development team.

Configure Team Foundation Version Control to use Proxy Server

Change encoding for a file. Set a file that is under version control to one of several types of encoding, such as utf-8.

Configure Version Control File Encoding

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