I've been trying to get my TFS (2010) environment to play nice for the last couple days but have been getting this error after using the TFS server a little while:
The Underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive. / An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
I can't figure out why the TFS server will work flawlessly for a while, and then on a whim just decide to kick this out everywhere.
From Dynamics AX 2012 Developer Environment:
From Visual Studio 2010:
However here's the confusing part, neither the TFS Server or the Client computer have any errors/warnings in the Event Log. Additionally, the Web Portal can be accessed for the TFS Server:
Google searches don't really bring up much useful information. I found this article which prettymuch describes a similar problem, but I'm not using an ISA Server, so the solution isn't valid.
The majority of the remaining results involve a similar but different error with SSL Self-Signed Certs. The error is happening on a non-ssl port, and our SSL port (8081) has a proper Authority Signed SSL Certificate.
I'm running out of ideas, I need to be able to get my TFS consistent. The installation was smooth and simple, no bumps, just a little hurdle to get it to use a FQDN but after that was done the TFS server was usable, creating Team Projects / Etc.. No issues until it decides to kill all inbound connections with no reason/warning/log.
Here's a snapshot of my TFS Settings:
Does anyone know where I can look for more information, what might be happening or what I might be doing wrong here?