Friday, 22 May 2015

Resolve – TF250049 and TF250067

Setting up SharePoint extensions for TFS in a remote server might cause below error.
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TF250049: The following URL for Team Foundation Server could not be verified: <TFSUrl>. The following error was received: TF250067: No connection could be made to Team Foundation Server at the following address: <TFSUrl>. Either the specified URL does not point to a server that is running Team Foundation Server, the server is not available, or the service account for SharePoint Products does not have sufficient permissions on that server. The service account for SharePoint Products might not have been added to the required group in Team Foundation Server. For more information, see the Microsoft Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=254457).. This error must be corrected before you can grant access between Team Foundation Server and the SharePoint Web application. For more information, see the Microsoft Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=254457).
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SharePoint Application pool user for SharePoint central admin and SharePoint Web Application for TFS, is required to be in TFS SharePoint Web Application Services group.
Go to TFS Administration Console in TFS AT and add SharePoint Application pool user to SharePoint Web Application Services group.
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This will allow to grant access to SharePoint in a remote server for TFS.
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2 comments:

Venkat said...

Hi Chaminda,
Nice Post!. I have the App Pool account added to the Sharepoint Web Application Service group but still am receiving the same error "TF250049 and TF250067"
Let me know if you have any queries

Venkat said...

Loop Check back was the issue and i disabled it and everything went well