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      0 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » IDE and Editor  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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        We’ll send you updates on this idea

        For the Find by Status feature, we’re working on an extension to add this capability back to VS. We don’t yet have an ETA for the availability, but I’ll update here when it’s ready.

        For tfpt online, scorch, and treeclean, the functionality has been replaced by tf reconcile. If you use tfpt {command} /help, you’ll see a message about the specific options to use to get equivalent functionality with tf reconcile.

        Tfpt uu doesn’t have a replacement in tf.exe. The old tfpt commands should continue to work against newer versions of TFS and VSTS.

        Thanks,
        Matt Mitrik
        Program Manager | VSTS

        Michael Jensen commented  · 

        Please restore the UndoUnchanged (tfpt uu) command!!

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            Michael Jensen commented  · 

            Oh. Might be worth mentioning I also have UAC turned off -- not sure if that's relevant or not. -- and the shared session hack I mentioned can be found here: http://www.winability.com/how-to-make-elevated-programs-recognize-network-drives/

            Michael Jensen commented  · 

            It works for me (it says administrator in the task bar and everything) -- Running windows 7 and I have the shared session stuff turned on -- are you dragging and dropping from a mapped drive? -- if so you will need to turn on the shared session stuff too, otherwise, if it's from your local hard drive, it should just work. Always has.

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