I'm slowly gettnig used to Team Foundation Server but I find much of the functionality is difficult to 'discover'. You have to really dig.
I just spent about half an hour trying to work out how I change the working folder for a particular project. I didn't find much so I thought I'd post here with the keywords I used in the hope I might save somebody else the same troubles.
It's actually pretty easy once you know where to look. In the TFS Source Control Explorer (Double click on the source control folder for your project in the Team Explorer window) you should see a dropdown called Workspaces.
If you open the dropdown list you'll see an entry at the bottom called "Workspaces..." which opens the Edit Workspaces dialog. The first window shows you a list of computers on which you have workspaces. Simply choose the one you want to change and click Edit...
Now you can change the local folder for each project you have worked with on that machine. Doddle.
29 Jun 2006
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16 Nov 2006
Thanks for the change working folder in TSF, it was not that ease to find
17 Nov 2006
I knew I couldn't be the only one :)
31 Mar 2008
Thanks dude, Exactly what I faced
21 Apr 2009
got the exact solution for the issue I was facing.
18 Jun 2009
Thank you. I wasted only 15 mins. I should have googled before
22 Jun 2009
Thank you very much! you have save us some time.
01 Jul 2009
Thank you :)
14 Jul 2009
Hi Josh, really thanks, it's saved my time.
01 Nov 2009
its was really helpfull.
10 Nov 2009
Thanks ..that really helped
01 Dec 2009
Thank you very very much!!!
SS is a nightmare
15 Jan 2010
Can't believe Microsoft did not made this more intuitive, thanks bro...
03 Mar 2011
Thx so much - you saved me a ton of time -
15 Jul 2011
Thks very much !!! for your help
12 Aug 2011
Thanks Josh, save me a lot of time
29 Nov 2011
very helpful. good work, really appreciate this