We are running Visual Studio 2010 in Windows 7. I do not know how to install, setup or administer Team Foundation Server (TFS)
Upon opening VS, we have an option to "Connect to Team Foundation Server" on our Start Page.
I click this and I am then prompted to Connect to Team Project, which I do.
Then I get the Team Explorer...navigate to the Team Project and then the child "Source Control". This opens the Source Control Explorer...where I then double-click on the solution file.
Now, when the solution opens, I get icons to the left of each file indicating if it is checked in or checked-out to me, etc.
And when I right click on the Solution I get the TFS items like "Get Latest Version" or "Get Specific Version" etc.
Now, m co-worker can also connect to TFS and opens a Solution file (for the same Solution that I have checked-out) he does not get ANY of the TFS file check in status icons or options for Get Latest Version ... although the code for the Solution is open in the Solution Explorer.
So it is like he can open the source code ..... but he is not actually working under any identifiable version control ....even though he used the Source Control Explorer to open the Solution.
We are getting no errors...nor does it seem to be working, though.