• Give permission to "Network Service" user for the folder C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50215\Temporary ASP.NET Files. Report Services web site gave an error, complaining about the security permissions for the user Network Service.
  • Go to http://localhost/Report and do what is explained in this blog for the TFSSERVICE user.
  • Uninstall "ADAM Instance BISGSS" otherwise TFS installation complaining about this.
  • Ohh, I have forgot the service "SQL Server Agent (MSSQLSERVER)" should also be running.
  • Change port for the Windows Media Administration Site from 8080 to 8081 (I don't know why I have installed this...) This site's port is clashing with TFSWeb site during the installation.
  • Delete databases from the previous installation:
    • BisDb
    • CurrituckDB
    • VSTEAMSCC
    • VSTEAMSCCAdmin
    • VSTEAMTeamBuild
  • Start installation again

I have couple of "32000" errors during the installation. They are:

Error 32000.The Commandline '"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Enterprise ¿

Server\BISIISDIR\sdk\bin\Bisregedit.exe" "http://VP003:8080/SCC/public/application/¿

ServiceDefinition.aspx" VP003 BisDB' returned non-zero value: 1.

Error 32000.The Commandline '"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Enterprise¿

 Server\BISIISDIR\sdk\bin\templateuploader2.exe" VP003 BisDB "C:\Program Files\Microsoft ¿

Visual Studio 2005 Enterprise Server\BISIISDIR\methodologyfiles\MsfAgile_new.zip" ¿

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Enterprise Server\BISIISDIR\methodologyfiles¿

\MsfAgile_Metadata.xml"' returned non-zero value: 1.

Error 32000.The Commandline '"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 ¿

Enterprise Server\BISIISDIR\uninstall\createds.exe" "http://VP003/ReportServer/¿

ReportService.asmx" TfsReportDS "Data source=VP003;initial catalog=BisDWDB" ¿

"VP0030\TFSSERVICE" "Whole lot of numbers/chars here" 0 1' returned non-zero value: 3.

I think, I am getting these because the requested commands are timing out. If I copy paste one of them to dos prompt and run it like:

C:\>"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Enterprise Server\BISIISDIR\¿

sdk\bin\templateuploader2.exe" VP003 BisDB "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio ¿

2005 Enterprise Server\BISIISDIR\methodologyfiles\MsfAgile_new.zip" "C:\Program Files\¿

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Enterprise Server\BISIISDIR\methodologyfiles\MsfAgile_Metadata.xml"

It works. Thanks God that all the error dialogs have RETRY button. The installation finished successfully, now I have a running Team Foundation Server on a Windows Server 2003 VPC instance with 500mb memory (half of the suggested amount hehe). I think I am going to upgrade my system before Longhorn released which I don't want to...

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Comments for this entry:

# re: TFS Install - Second Round

Hey, that was interesting,

Great instructions,

Thanks for bringing this up

by software developer on  10/19/2009 8:17 PM

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