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My hard drive chrased last week, and I had to get a new and sett up my computer again.
I got I hold of the files, but the new computer has a different name.
So in source control (TFS) some files r checked out to my old computer (same user)
how do I undo pending changes on those files?
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To do administrative tasks like this, I've always used Team Foundation Sidekicks:

http://www.attrice.info/cm/tfs/

This tool is very easy to use, and in addition to allowing you to undo checkouts (I've used it for your exact situation before), it also provides an easy way to summarize all the check-outs, workspaces, labels, and just about everything else.

There's a different version for each version of TFS - 2008, 2010, and 2012 - so make sure you download the correct version, but it's a great tool.
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