version 2.3 still doesn't support create SharePoint 2013 rights properly

Topics: For TFSAdmin Developers, For TFSAdmin Users
Jan 2, 2015 at 4:34 AM
Unfortunately, the latest version continues to add classic authentication rights to SharePoint 2013 instead of the claims based rights it needs, making it useless for granting SharePoint 2013 rights. See the longstanding discussion of this issue here:

https://tfsadmin.codeplex.com/discussions/434002

The resulting Account created in SharePoint look like this:

[domain]\user

When it should look like this:

i:0#.w|[domain]\user

The result is that the TFS Administration Tool creates a user and role in SharePoint 2013, but that user and role do not in fact give the person rights to anything.

gholliday, you wrote almost two years ago that, "we'll make sure support for claims-based identities gets added to the TFSAdmin tool in a future release," and yet this has never happened. Is there a specific reason why? As is, the tool has been broken for SharePoint 2013 users for two years.
Jul 29, 2015 at 9:01 AM
Hi, I made a fix for this issue, that I published on my github account (didn't manage to make my git devs and this project's svn repo work together):

https://github.com/Vinzz/TFSAdminTool/tree/Notification

Cheers,
Vincent
Jan 5, 2016 at 8:46 AM
Hi could you post a link to a setup file for the the latest release? This makes it allot easier than downloading the solution from github.