The TFS Administration Tool allows Team Foundation Server administrators to manage user permissions on all three platforms utilized by Team Foundation Server:
- Team Foundation Server,
- SharePoint, and
- SQL Server Reporting Services.
The tool also allows administrators to easily copy user permissions among team projects and to easily identify any missing permissions on any of the three platforms.
December 16, 2013
-TFS Administration Tool 2.3 released
We are pleased to announce that the TFS Administration Tool 2.3 has been updated to the
Team Foundation Server 2013 object model
and it can be installed on machines running either the stand-alone object model or Visual Studio 2013.
This release supports SharePoint groups/roles. There are no other major functional changed between the release and the previous (2.2) release.
It is not required to uninstall the previous (2.2) release. Installing this release will update the shortcut to the latest version.
Please download TFS Administration Tool 2.3, and let us know what you think about the tool. In case you run into a bug please
open an issue
and include either the contents of the "Output" window as an attachment or the contents of the log file saved in the "Logs" folder so that our team can easily reproduce
and investigate the problem. Please feel free to remove the confidential information like user accounts, or server names.
Download TFS Administration Tool 2.3
Can be found here
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