SharePoint Products and Team Foundation Server

By adding one or more servers running SharePoint Products to your deployment, you can add Web publishing and project collaboration features to Team Foundation. These features can improve communication and increase sharing ideas among users who are assigned tasks in team projects. The project portal for your team project provides a central location for storing documents, posting announcements, listing build information, and reporting on your team project status. To utilize the integration between Visual Studio Team Foundation Server and SharePoint Products, you must add users to one or more groups and roles in SharePoint Products, depending on the functionality required to do their jobs.

In addition, you can customize SharePoint Web applications in a number of ways to better meet the needs of your organization, including organizing Web sites in a predictable hierarchy or sharing process guidance across your organization.


  The topics in this section should be sufficient to help you through the general process of integrating SharePoint Products with Team Foundation Server, but other resources might help you understand the specific steps that your deployment might require. For the most recent information, see the following forum post on the Microsoft Web site: SharePoint Integration with Team Foundation Server - Important Information.

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Set Administrator Permissions for Team Foundation Server

Create a Team Project Collection

Add a Team Project Portal

Add a SharePoint Web Application to Your Deployment


Team Foundation Server Permissions

Service Accounts and Dependencies in Team Foundation Server