domingo, 11 de septiembre de 2011 20:46
I have gone for an enterprise wise installation of project server 2010 and TFS 2010, It’s a five server installation all working on windows 2008 r2 with the service pack 1 installed. Server 1: AD server. Server 2: Application Server: - it has Share point 2010 central admin configured on this. Server 3: Web Front End Server: - it has IIS and project server services running on this. Server 4: SQL Server 2008 r2 with service pack 1. Server 5: TFS Server:- It Has TFS 2010 Visual studio 2010 ultimate with service pack 1 for both and service pack Cumulative update for TFS 2010. All the system connects to server farm in SharePoint 2010 Application server, one service id by the name epmadmin is used to install all the servers and we are trying to run the tfsadmin command with this service id, this id has full admin rights on all the servers except AD, it has been added in the administrator group of TFS to and all the permissions granted . TFS & SharePoint integration feature pack is installed on Application server and Web Front End Server. We have installed Scrum1.0 template in TFS and Project Professional 2010 it integrates with TFS without any issue.
My problem starts when I run the command for tfsadmin it gives me error: I am able to register PWA with TFS using tfsadmin command but when I try this command it doesn’t go any further—pls help.
COMMAND: tfsadmin ProjectServer /MapPWAToCollection /pwa:http://pilotwfe/pwa /collection:http://pilottfs:8081/tfs/Scrum1.0 Projects
ERROR: Mapping team project collection http://pilottfs:8081/tfs/Scrum1.0 Projects to PWA http://pilotwfe/pwa. .............TF294003: Cannot access the following PWA instance: http://pil otwfe/pwa. Project Server returned this error: "The request failed with HTTP st atus 401: Unauthorized.". Verify that the PWA instance exists, and that the nece ssary permissions have been granted to the service account for the team project collection to access the PWA.
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martes, 13 de septiembre de 2011 17:38
Hi, I would suggest that you take a look at the following post http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/tfsprojectsrvint/thread/c402f992-d6f4-4809-8b8a-be5d53d389f6 to learn how to run our BPA (Best Practice Analyzer) tool that will help detect problems in your system that might cause this error. You should also read our topic to make sure you have set all the proper permissions for all the accounts involved in the process (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg412653.aspx).
And to be more specific, looking at the error in your post I would suggest that you make sure that the TFS Service Account user has been added to the PWA Administrators group.
Federico Kolliker Frers - MSFT
- Marcado como respuesta Siddharth Bhatia MSFT miércoles, 18 de enero de 2012 0:44