March 2008 TFS Power Tools now available

Brian Harry has just announced that the March 2008 Team Foundation Power Tools have been released:

We’ve just released a new version of the TFS Power Tools.  This new Power Tool release will work only with the VS/Team Explorer 2008 client (but against either a TFS 2005 or TFS 2008 server).  If you haven’t taken the time to upgrade yet, I highly recommend it – you are missing out on lots of great new value we are delivering.

This release includes:

  • Process Template Editor support for custom work item controls
  • TFSServerManager client
  • TFS BPA support for Windows Server 2008
  • Work Item Template improvements Scriptable Team Project creation
  • Support for 64-bit Sharepoint farms
  • Unshelve to a different branch
  • Improvements to tfpt review
  • Delete global lists in the work item tracking system
  • Update bound Microsoft Office docs when the TFS server name changes
  • Performance improvements in tfpt online

Click here to download.

Enjoy!

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5 Responses to March 2008 TFS Power Tools now available

  1. maord says:

    This comment originally written by:Brian Harry has just announced that the March 2008 Team Foundation Power Tools have been released : We've just released a new version of the TFS Power Tools.  This new Power Tool release will work only with the VS/Team Explorer 2008 client (but

  2. we have collection of power tools at home coz my dad loves to collect and buy power tools “

  3. power tools can really save you from a lot of headache, specially when the job is very hard ~;.

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