Microsoft® Team Foundation Server® 2010 and Microsoft Project Server® 2010 Integration Hyper-V Virtual Machine
This virtual machine demonstrates the integration of Team Foundation Sever 2010 with Project Server 2010. Included with this download are four walkthroughs that demonstrate using enterprise project plans in Project Server associated with team projects in Team Foundation Server.
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This virtual machine demonstrates how Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server 2010 can be integrated to allow teams to share data between the two servers. This virtual machine includes enterprise project plans in Project Server mapped to team projects in Team Foundation Server, along with sample data to highlight key integration scenarios. The walkthrough documents provide four scenarios that simulate the interactions between the project manager, working in Project Server, and the software development team, working in Team Foundation Server.
The value of Project Server and Team Foundation Server integration is to provide up-to-date project status and resource availability across agile and formal teams; help project managers track high-level requirements and allow the team lead to manage the details; and permit project managers to live in Project Server and manage projects across the enterprise while development team leads live in Team Foundation Server and manage their software development project. With this tool, the Project Management Office (PMO) is able to plan, collaborate and track real-time progress made by formal or agile teams.
This virtual machine is running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition R2. It contains a full installation of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010, Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, Project Server 2010, with Office 2010 and all necessary prerequisites. All Windows Updates as of March 31, 2011 have been applied.
This virtual machine does not have anti-virus software installed. It should not be connected to any network until it has anti-virus software installed.
Note: The Microsoft® Visual Studio® Team Foundation Server® 2010 and Microsoft Project Server® 2010 Integration Feature Pack Demonstration Hyper-V Virtual Machine illustrates the integration between Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server 2010. For another virtual machine with hands-on-labs / demo scripts which showcases Team Foundation Server 2010, go to: http://bit.ly/VS2010RTMVHD; likewise, another virtual machine with hands-on-labs / demo scripts which showcases Microsoft Project 2010 can be found here: http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9713956.
This download is no longer available on microsoft.com. The downloads below are archives provided by the Internet Archive Wayback Machine from the Microsoft Download Center prior to August 2020.
Operating Systems: Hyper-V Server 2008, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
• Windows Server 2008 SP2 64-bit or Windows Server 2008 R2 with the Hyper-V role enabled
• Processor: Intel VT capable or AMD-V capable with 2 cores
• Disk Space: At least 50 GB of free disk space
• RAM: 6.0 GB of available physical RAM*
* The amount of physical RAM depends on what applications are running on the Hyper-V host machine. You can use the Task Manager to identify how much physical RAM is available on your machine.
Download all of the files on this page. Instructions for using a download manager to more easily download all parts of this download in batch can be found here. We highly recommend following these instructions since it can save time starting your downloads, and helps to ensure that each part downloads completely.
Once all the files have been downloaded, run the self-extracting EXE to extract the virtual machine and its supporting files. The walkthrough instructions will instruct you on how to run each of the scenarios, and the “Working with the Project Server 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 Integration Virtual Machine.docx” document will provide more information about how to install and work with this virtual machine.
You can use our MSDN Forum to provide feedback or request assistance: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/tfsprojectsrvint
The Virtual Machine contained in this package is a 180 day evaluation. Activation is required in order to use the full 180 days of trial time. For details on how to activate the operating system in this virtual machine please see the accompanying document "Working with the Project Server 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010 Integration Virtual Machine.docx"
Due to the activation and expiration models in the operating system, it’s highly recommended that you retain a copy of the unaltered virtual machine, or create and retain a snapshot from before first running the virtual machine.