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Is it possible to install TFS 2010 with SharePoint Foundation 2010? If yes is there any installation guide?

UPDATE (05. February 2010):

I found some useful help in Internet. For example this one. The problem is that I can't use the standard port 80 for Web Application because this one is already assigned to my web page. So what is to do to use other port? Can I use other port or should I use bindings?

Best Regards

Anton Kalcik

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There is information on MSDN Forums, which is the second hit from a quick Google. – Richard Nov 2 '10 at 8:12
I ask explicit about SharePoint Foundation 2010 (it is not the same as SharePoint 2010) and searching also for installation guide. – Anton Kalcik Nov 2 '10 at 10:34
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Yes it is possible to install TFS 2010 with SharePoint Foundation 2010. There isn't out any official installation guide, but there are some out there (for example this one). It is also possible to use some of the installation guides which describes TFS integration with SharePoint 2010. You can get also more information in my cross post on MSDN.

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Yes, it is possible. I created a video on my blog that walks you through it:

EDIT: Ah, wait. Foundation. My video is for MOSS 2010. Should still work. For port 80 issue, I would not use a non 80 port. If you do, all your users will have to add the port number to URLs. Use 80 or setup host headers.

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