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I have installed a deployment of Team Foundation Server 2010 Release Candidate and I am connecting through Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Release Candidate. When I try to create a new Team Project I get an error "TF250044 SharePoint Site can not be created in the following location: Server Name Here" It also tells me that my user account does not have permissions to create sites in SharePoint but my user account has full rights in SharePoint.

I have checked everywhere and as far as I know I have full permissions in SharePoint, if someone encountered this problem and solved it please help.

Thank You!

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Is the SharePoint collection for TFS configured according to the TFS Administration Console, and can it connect successfully? –  Diago Feb 23 '10 at 16:34
    
Yes from TFS point of view everything is just fine. But from the Client I can't add a Team Project. Real Frustrating... –  Lukasz Feb 23 '10 at 18:52

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By default when you try to create a new Team Project, Visual Studio sets a default path for the SharePoint site.

[SharePoint Server]/sites/[TFS Project Collection Name]/[Team Project Name]

What you want to do is create the site collection for the [TFS Project Collection Name] or remove it and create the Team Project Site in the sites root.

Hope this helps.

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Like someone else said, you might want to remove the associated SharePoint association from the TFS Admin Console and create it again. Did you upgrade this server? I had a problem with a recent upgrade from TFS 2008 where I had a Team Project with the same name as the new TFS Project Collection. That created all sorts of conflicts.

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