Tried searching the archives, but nothing showed up and now I'm totally messed up in my head.
I'm running my own little domain setup on a virtual server:
- Server 1, PDC, Exchange
- Server 2, SQL
- Server 3, IIS, TFS 2010 and some other misc stuff
Now I'm connection from my dekstop computer which is not connected to the domain, but I can still use the TFS and other services when I'm not joined to the domain, which is kind a nice, since I'm in a other location most of the time.
Now I have a friend that I want to host a Team Project for ... I can create it via Visual Studio 2010 ... BUT ... how do I set the permissions to a domain users when my desktop machine is not a member of the domain?
I can't even find an option in the "Team Foundation Server Administration Console" on the server ... there I can only find options to set global security settings, but not on the on a single "Team Project"
I have also tried from the tfs web interface ... no luck there either.
Can it really be true that its only possible from a machine that is joined to the domain?
Just blogged about the solution at: Adding users to a TFS Project from the server.