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How to force check in files from other users into TFS

Posted on 2014-03-30
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I have TFS 2010 version and I have bunch of users who checked out files long time ago and left the company. How can I check in those files into TFS 2010.

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Hi bujjigadu,

Please check the below link.

How do I undo check out in TFS for former employees:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/258202/how-do-i-undo-check-out-in-tfs-for-former-employees
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