How To: Remove Workspaces from Visual Studio
I usually work using Team Foundation Systems over VPN. And sometimes my VPN access is revoked because I no longer work for a particular client, when this happens my Visual Studio Workspaces is stock there, I can’t reuse the same folder. I’ve been looking into this and found a fairly simple solution from Greg.
- Open the Command Line ( Start -> Run -> cmd)
- Go to: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE (or C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE for Visual Studio 2005)
- Execute: tf workspaces /remove:workspace
This probably works with Visual Studio 2010, I should update this post whenever I try it!
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