Visual Studio Team System Web Access 2005 Power Tool

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Team System Web Access (formerly known as TeamPlain) is a Web interface to Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server.
  • Version:

    1.0

    File Name:

    TeamSystemWebAccess.msi

    Date Published:

    7/30/2007

    File Size:

    3.6 MB

      Team System Web Access (formerly known as TeamPlain) is a Web interface to Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server.

      Feature Overview

      • Add new work items or edit existing ones

      • Work with any type of work item, including custom ones

      • Add new work item queries or edit existing ones

      • View, download, upload, check-in and check-out documents on SharePoint team portal

      • View reports, export as PDF or Excel

      • Browse source control repositories, download files, view changesets, diffs, histories, and annotated views

      • View build results, start or stop builds

      • Search for keywords in work items



      Authentication Modes

      • Integrated Windows Authentication

      • Forms Based Authentication (Recommended to use with SSL)

  • Supported Operating System

    Windows Server 2003


      Server:

      • Internet Information Services 6 with ASP.NET 2.0

      • Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Explorer


      Client:

      • Internet Explorer 6+ or Mozilla Firefox 1+

    • Installing on Team Foundation Server Application Tier Machine (TFS AT):

      1. Install Team Explorer

      2. Download and run TeamSystemWebAccess.msi and follow the instructions

      3. During the installation, you can configure TSWA to use Integrated authentication (only available when installing on TFS AT)



      Installing on a stand alone server:

      When TSWA is installed on a stand alone server (non TFS AT machine), it is not possible to use Integrated authentication, so you will need to use Forms based authentication. It is recommended to configure TSWA website to use SSL when using Forms based authentication.


      1. Install IIS 6

      2. Install .NET Framework 2.0 and enable Asp.Net 2.0 on IIS web service extensions

      3. Install Team Explorer

      4. Download and run TeamSystemWebAccess.msi and follow the instructions

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