Follow these steps to install Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010
- From the Team Foundation Server DVD, launch setup.exe The Team Foundation installation wizard will appear.
- On the Welcome page, click Next.
- On the License Terms page, read the terms of the license. Click I have read and accept the license terms, and then click Next.
- Click Team Foundation Server, and click Install.
- Click Finish.
If you want to configure Team Foundation Server, select the Launch Team Foundation Server Configuration Tool check box.
To access the Team Foundation Server Configuration tool from the Start menu
- Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010, and then click Team Foundation Administration Console. The Team Foundation Administration Console appears.
- Click Application Tier, and then click Configure Installed Features. The Team Foundation Server Configuration tool appears.
To configure Team Foundation Server using the advanced configuration
- In the Team Foundation Server Configuration tool, click Advanced, and then click Start Wizard.The Team Foundation Server Advanced Configuration wizard appears.
- Read the Welcome screen, and then click Next.
- In SQL Server Instance, type the name of the server that is running SQL Server or the named instance that will host the configuration databases, and click Next.
- Specify the database name and credentials
- Click Test to test the connectivity to SQL Server.
- Under Service Account, click Use a system account to use a built-in account or Use a user account to use a domain or local account. If you are using a user account, you must type the password. To test the user account and password combination, you can optionally click Test.
A built-in account is the default value for this service account (TFSSERVICE).
- Under Authentication Method, click NTLM or Negotiate (Kerberos), and then click Next.
- If you click NTLM, NTLM authentication is used. This option is the default setting.
- If you click Negotiate (Kerberos), Kerberos authentication is attempted first. If that attempt fails, NTLM authentication is used.
- Under Web Site, click Create a new site or Use existing site.
- If you create a site, type a name in Web Site Name and a port number in Port. This is the name that appears in Internet Information Services (IIS) and the port number used to connect to Team Foundation Server. The default values for Web Site are Team Foundation Server and 8080.
- If you use an existing site, select it from the drop-down list.
- Under IIS Virtual Directory, you can use the default value of tfs or optionally type a virtual directory name. If you are using an existing site, you cannot leave this field blank.
- Under Web Site, note the Team Foundation Server site URL, which is dynamically assembled based on your input in Web Site and IIS Virtual Directory. Clients use this URL to connect to Team Foundation Server. Click Next.
On a client operating system, you must skip to step 11. You cannot configure integration with a portal or the reporting feature of Team Foundation Server (steps 9 and 10) on a client operating system.
- Use the Configure Reporting for Team Foundation Server page to opt in or out of using reporting. Select the Configure Reporting for use with Team Foundation Server check box to use reporting, or clear the check box to skip reporting, and then click Next.
- Type the name of the server that is running SQL Server Reporting Services in Reporting Services Instance and click Populate URLs. The URLs for the report server and its management site appear in the drop-down lists for Report Server URL and Report Manager URL.
- Ensure the values displayed are the URLs that you want to use for Team Foundation Server and click Next.
- Type the name of the server that is running SQL Server Analysis Services in SQL Analysis Services Instance and click Next. To test the connectivity to SQL Server, you can optionally click Test.
- Type the name and password of the report reader account (TFSREPORTS), and click Next. If you specified a user account for the service account of Team Foundation Server in step 4, you must select the Use a different account than the Team Foundation Server service account for the Reporting Services report reader account check box to use a different account. To test the user account and password combination, you can optionally click Test.
- Use the Configure SharePoint for Team Foundation Server page to opt in or out of using SharePoint Products. Select the Configure SharePoint Products for use with Team Foundation Server check box to use SharePoint Products, or clear the check box to skip SharePoint Products. Click Next.
- If you selected the check box to configure SharePoint Products, perform one of the following steps, and then click Next:
- Click Install Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 in farm mode, and then type a user account and password for the service account for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSSSERVICE). If you specified a user account for the service account of Team Foundation Server in step 4, you must select the Use a different account than the Team Foundation Server service account for the SharePoint farm check box to use a different account.
- Click Use an existing server farm for SharePoint Products. In Site URL, type the URL for the SharePoint Web application. In Administration URL, type the URL for the SharePoint Central Administration site. To test connectivity to each of these URLs, click Test.
- Select the Create a new team project collection check box to create a collection, or clear that check box to skip that step.
- If you create a collection, accept the default values, or type a new name and description. Click Next.
- On the Review page, review the settings, and click Next. The wizard validates your configuration.
- Click Configure. The wizard applies configuration settings. This process might take several minutes.
- Click Next.
- Click Close.
- Click Close.