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Monday, November 27

Delete Team System Project

Lately I created a number of Team System Projects on my laptop for experimenting some features of Team Foundation Server. It was about time to delete a few of them, but I could not immediately find how to do this exactly. I'm sure it's not possible from within Team Explorer. After googling a bit it appears that the deletion of Team Projects has to be done with the command line tool TFSDeleteProject.exe (:\program files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE). Specify the server and the project name and you will be asked for confirmation!
TFSDeleteProject /server:ServerName ProjectName
Warning: Deleting a team project cannot be undone. Are you sure you want to delete the team project (Y/N)? Y

Deleting from Build ...
Deleting from Work Item Tracking ...
Deleting from Version Control ...
Deleting Report Server files ...
Deleting SharePoint site ...
Deleting from Team Foundation Core ...


  • At 10:37 PM, Anonymous Marcelo Trojahn said…

    Hi, Pieter

    Its commentary on as to delete one team project was very useful! Thanks for having shared the solution! Yours truly, Marcelo


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