Hotfix rollup for Team Foundation Server 2010

If you are interested in keeping your TFS 2010 up-to-date with the latest and greatest patches then this link is for you!

The list of issues that the hotfix addresses is as follows:

Includes the previous hotfixes that are described in the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

  • 2135068  After you upgrade to TFS 2010, labels are missing items or merge operations perform incorrectly
  • 2028983  You see a red x on the work item node in Team Explorer or connect to a work item query from Excel when you upgrade TFS from version 2008 to version 2010
  • 982848  FIX: “Failed to load tests from ‘path of test dll”’ error message when you use the Upgrade Template to build a Visual Studio 2008 solution together with a test project in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010
  • 983537  “The character encoding on these files are different” error or file corruption occurs when you run an “Auto Merge” operation in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010

The hotfix rollup also includes fixes for the following issues in Team Foundation Server 2010:

  • Issues for Team Web Access
  • Issues for Version Control
  • Issues for TFS Setup and Upgrade
  • Issues for Team Build

More details can be found in the knowledge base article.

This error message below when trying to get a 2010 build server to build a 2008 project and run its unit tests appears to have been fixed also.

TF270015: ‘MSTest.exe’ returned an unexpected exit code. Expected ‘0’; actual ‘1’

About Wes MacDonald

Wes MacDonald is a DevOps Consultant for LIKE 10 INC., a DevOps consulting firm providing premium support, guidance and services for Azure, Microsoft 365 and Azure DevOps.


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