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Storing your TFS passwords for TFS servers in another domain

Working for a lot of different customers from my development laptop I've always wanted that little "Store my password" checkbox on the TFS login box, but somehow it's never there when you need it the most.

Turns out you can use the Windows Credentials Store to save your password. Today I found this little gem on the Codeplex docs while adding the re-targetted MSOCAF rules to Codeplex.

And if you're wondering what kind of account you should add, it is a Windows Account.

Jesse Houwing

Jesse Houwing

I love good coffee, meaning strong, dark espresso! Regular Expressions and LINQ are like word-puzzles! I am a trainer for Scrum.org, a member of the Microsoft ALM Rangers and awarded Microsoft MVP.

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Storing your TFS passwords for TFS servers in another domain
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