What version of TFS Server are you using and what version of Visual Studio Client? Could you email firstname.lastname@example.org
the following screenshots from your TFS server?
1) It would be great if we could see the Source Control Explorer
for the folder you are trying to connect to. Make sure it is empty. There can't be anything else in this folder. If it's not empty, you'll need to create a new folder using TFS Source Control Explorer, Check It In, and then Create a New Link to that. (NOTE:
In TFS Source Control Explorer, you need to click on the area in the right to create a "New Folder." If this option is grayed out for you, "Get Latest Version" to create a working area and then you should be able to create a new folder.)
2) Also, please include a screenshot of your TFS Server Properties
. You can find this by right-clicking on your TFS Server in Team Explorer and then selecting Properties
. I want to make sure the Properties URL matches what you are using in SQL Source Control. It needs to contain the path and TeamProjectCollection if you are using TFS 2010.
3) Finally, please attach the "Source Location" folder
, which can be found at the top of the Source Control Explorer
Window and should begin with $/.