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Andrew Clear (Mug Shot)

Issue:

If the integration of SharePoint 2013 and TFS 2012 goes poorly, it may be necessary to uninstall/reconfigure your SharePoint Extensions. The location of this option however, is not easy to locate.

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You may end up with a screen that looks something similar to the above.

Solution:

After an hour of searching, I finally located the option to remove the installed SharePoint Extension.

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Problem solved – you can then reinstall your SharePoint Extensions as normal.

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  • AriZoNaiCe

    Thank goodness someone put this out there. Was going crazy looking for a way to remove the extensions so I could reconfigure them.

    Thanks!

  • DanLWood

    Ran into this exact problem. Unfortunately the installation was so messed up that the UI option wasn’t there. Thankfully, there is a command line option! “tfsconfig setup /uninstall:sharepointextensions” Worked like a charm!

  • Jamil Haddadin

    I dont think this will un-install the tool, this will only remove the configuration of the feature.

  • Jamil Haddadin

    For uninstall, you have to do the step mentioned in this blog (and optionnaly but i did it, i did the command line mentioned by Dan Wood below, consider that the location of the tool will be on “C:Program FilesMicrosoft Team Foundation Server 12.0ToolsTfsConfig.exe”
    Then you need to go for the normal steps https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6e8d90dcf0a3f56a7ba1b90b06aa8d607aa8b8eefb46e7573d59022e561597d2.png