pexxx

Hi,

I am trying to install SP1 for TFS (workgroup version). Before installing the setup I installed the TfsQuiescence tool (KB919156). During the installation of this tool I got the error 28002. After searching the net i saw the problem was the number of registered licenced users. I removed some users, and the installation of this tool was OK. So I added the users again to the TFS Licencesed Users group.

Then I started to install SP1. This installation also ended with error 28002. So I thought, lets remove the users again and retry to install SP1. Unfortunatly I couldn't access the TFS server anymore (error 403, forbidden).

I think the TfsQuiescence tool has locked my server. How can i unlock the server now

Thanks,

Perry



Re: Team Foundation Server - Setup Unlock TFS after failled install SP1

Anosh

Try my suggestion in the second post:
http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx PostID=1043021&SiteID=1




Re: Team Foundation Server - Setup Unlock TFS after failled install SP1

pexxx

Thanks,

As far as I can see the server is running and accessable.

According article KB919156 the TfsQuisce.exe stops the TFS service and puts IIS and SQL Server 2005 in a state in which client requests are refused.

Now I only changed the IIS State. Shouldn't there also be made a change in SQL 2005





Re: Team Foundation Server - Setup Unlock TFS after failled install SP1

Anosh

I really dunno.. perhaps you're right..
Another project got priority and I didn't really have time to check or test anything else related to the SP1 install.. but at some point I'll have to get back to installing the SP1 and by that time I would also like your question answered.

Edit:
I'm not sure but at first glance it would seem that the SQL Server is functioning as it should.