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I'd recommend having a local admin account that you can do your installations with. So long as the VM is up and running, if you install the Visual Studio Agents and register it with your controller, you should be fine. I have used a very similar setup for a couple of my performance tests where it made more sense to use peoples machines in the office rather ...


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The short answer is "yes". Some of the places you can look are Microsoft's Channel9 site, in the TechEd presentations. Some that I know are particularly useful are: Microsoft Test Manager - http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2013/DEV-B327#fbid=P-tUCSTcUQ5 Visual Studio Premium or higher includes the install for MTM. This video covers ...


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TFS=Team Foundation Server. All things microsoft that require storage and integration get run through this. VS=Visual Studio. All things that are "visualized" are pushed through this. MTM=Microsoft Test manager. This manages all tests. So with this then TFS stores everything and synchronizes it. VS is a method to visualize things in order to interact ...



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