31 Mei 2005 16:23I have Team System installed on another computer.
I was happily connected to my team foundation server. I tried to create a new project. I got the Microsoft.VisualStudio.ELead.Common.Exceptions.ELeadException
which others have been receiving.
The hint's on resolving that issue were to log in as TFSservice and try to create a project. I removed my server from the list. Now I cannot reconnect. When I restart VS, the team explorer shows that it is connecting, even though I have no servers listed. When it times out, I get a message box with the text Error in Application.
I click OK.
Attempt to add a server, none are in my list. I click Add..., type in my server name and I get an "Unable to connect to this Team Foundation Server:" message box.
What can I do?
31 Mei 2005 19:42
Do you just have the one client? Or can you connect to your Team Foundation Server from another client?
To clean things up a bit, from the VS command prompt run "devenv /resetuserdata". Then try adding the server again. Let me know if that works.
31 Mei 2005 21:14I repaired my install and that got rid of the error. I didn't get a chance to try your suggestion, but I'll keep it around if I need to do it again.