Delete a Team Project Collection

You can delete team project collections that are no longer being used in your deployment of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. You can delete a team project collection at a command prompt by using the TFSConfig Collection command.

1. On your Team Foundation Server application tier, open a command window to [Team Foundation Server Installation Drive]:\Program Files\Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010\Tools

2. Enter “TFSConfig Collection /delete /collectionName:[Collection Name]

3. Respond to the irreversible “Are you sure” prompt

Note: To perform the above procedures, you must be a member of the following groups:

1. a member of the Administrators security group on the server or servers that are running the administration console for Team Foundation

2. a member of the sysadmin group on the server or servers that are running the instance of SQL Server that hosts the databases for Team Foundation Server

3. a member of the Farm Administrators group for the farm from which you are deleting the site collection, if your deployment uses SharePoint Products

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