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So you have Visual Studio Team System, and you opened up Team Explorer, selected Source Control, found the project you want, double click it, and select the wrong place for the files to go (local folder). You want to fix this, but where? How? There's seemingly no logical place where you go and do this.

The thing to remember with Visual Studio Team System is that there is this concept of WorkSpace, which is not intuitive or really clearly defined in my humble opinion, thus it tends to be ignored by developers until there's a problem.

The answer is this:

1. Go to the Source Control Explorer

2. In the tool bar for Source Control Explorer, open the list of Workspaces (i.e. clikc on the little down arrow of the drop down list), select Workspaces.

3. Select your active workspace and click edit.

4. Voila! Now click on the folder that you want to change, click OK on everything, and your done.

Posted on Friday, February 9, 2007 9:54 AM | Back to top


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