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Getting to grips with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Scrum for Team Systems

9. February 2010 by Dave Hawes 2 Comments

This is the first of probably many shorted posts about the stuff I am learning about Microsoft Team Foundation Server and using the Scrum for Team Systems template.

I have just started as a senior developer on a brand new Crm4 project and we are currently setting up all the toys, such as TFS to manage the work. We are using the Crm 4 Developer toolkit, which has also been ‘fun’ trying to make work!

I will write short posts about problems I have and the solution that I use to solve them.

First then is adding ‘Teams’ and ‘Environments’ to the TFS project using the Scrum Template.

I was getting the following error:

“You don’t have enough permissions to complete the import operation.”


My user account had all the right permissions as per the various forums about the same problem and I was a little stumped.

It turns out that this is a 3rd party webpart which is just an ASP.net application. I decided to try setting the permission right in it’s web.config found here:


I changed the identity tag so that it did not impersonate but used an account I knew had the right permission.

<!-- Explicitly apply Trust level and identity impersonation -->
<trust level="Full"/>
<identity userName="<MyWindowsLogin>" password="<Password>"/>

Guess what, I can now add teams and environments. I’m not sure what when wrong to make this necessary but at least I can start adding some proper value to the project now!


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