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TFS 2010: RegisteredTfsConnections.GetProjectCollections();

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Hi!

 When I run this method I  also get collections that are already deleted, so where does this method get it's info from?

What I can see when I  disassamble the Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client dll is that it look into the register.

I serched the register and found all the collections, even the deleted ones, now to anther question, can I delete them from the registry safely? And will this solve my problem?
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Ok, removed them from the register and it worked just fine.
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