We use TFS 2010 + SP1.
All developers use VS 2010, some began to use VS 2012.
I've created a custom check-in policy and added it to a team project from source control settings.
The custom check in policy works great but sometimes for
some weird reason, this check in policy is automatically removed...
I don't think someone removes it manually because only 3-4 people have admin rights on the project\TFS server.
I begin to think that it has something to do with the VS 2012 that we started using latly, but I'm not sure..
How can I monitor that? does TFS has an event for global setting changes?? which table saves this settings and does it recornd the performer...?
Does anyone also have this problem?
Thank in advanced,
Thanks for your post.
This issue happened on one specific team project, or random happened in all your team projects?
You also registered your custom check-in policy in VS 2012?
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Thanks for your reply.
We only have 1 team project in our TFS Server.
We still use VS 2010 mostly, Although some developers use VS 2012. the custom check in policy is not upgraded yet, so it does not work on VS 2012.
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