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Cannot add to source control - Team Foundation 2010 - Win7x64

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Hello,

I cannot add my solution to source control on a new installation of Team Foundation 2010.
I get the error message when I right click on a new project and "Add solution to source control" (See attachment 1).

I am using Visual Studio Premium 2010.
I have install TFS 2010 standard on my Windows 7 x64.
I am running Sql Server 2008 developer edition.
I am the administrator on the computer and this computer on have the one user, me.
The is a DefaultCollection I am trying to add my solution to. (See attachment 2) - view from VS2010.

The rest of the printscreens are from the TFS administration console.

thank you




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You need to create a New Team project first , which will be a container for the code , Project artifacts, documents ,etc..

right click the Default collection icon in Team Explorer & choose New team project, follow the on-screen instructions & choose finish.
once done , you will find a Tab in your project called Source control , you should be able to add your project now.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee748449.aspx
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thanks, im off and racing now
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