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  • How do I configure a client to provide the certificate for certificate credentials?

    You need to use the client credentials behavior to provide the credentials that the client will use to authenticate to the service. Here’s the basic template that you can fill out and stick in the behaviors section of your client configuration for client certificate credentials. You then need to reference this behavior configuration when you define the client endpoint.

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July 30, 2009 at 11:02 pm

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  • …However, it is definitely the case that some users are experiencing abnormal and suboptimal performance when browsing. This post aims to demystify some of the problems we’ve seen that lead to poor performance, and help you resolve those problems. If your browser is lagging, please read on.
  • Excellent, brief description of what a TFS Workspace is…One of the concepts that people need to understand when they begin to work with Team Foundation Server Version Control is that of the Team Foundation Server (TFS) Workspace. So I thought I would write a series of blog-posts covering the basics of TFS workspaces, with this post being the first.
  • Among other notes, Workspaces Explained
    A TFS workspace is a client-side copy of the files and folders in TFS source control. A workspace maps source control folders to local file system directories. When you make changes to files within the workspace on your local computer, the local changes, referred to as pending changes, are isolated in your workspace until you check them into the server as an atomic unit. The collective set of changes, checked in as a batch is referred to as a changeset.

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