Configure Team Foundation Server Proxy <Servers> nodes

The <Servers> node contains one or more nodes that correspond to one or more instances of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server or team project collections from which the proxy server caches files.

Each <Server> node contains a <Uri> node that specifies either a computer that is running Team Foundation Server or a single team project collection on Team Foundation Server.

1) If you specify a computer that is running Team Foundation Server, the proxy can cache files from all collections on that server.

2) If you specify a single team project collection, the proxy can cache files only from that collection.

Example 1:
The <Servers> node might resemble the following example if the proxy were caching version control files from every collection on a server that is named TfsServer, using the default values for port and virtual directory:


<Servers>
 <Server>
  <Uri>
  http://tfsserver:8080/Tfs
  </Uri>
 </Server>
</Servers>

Example 2:
The <Servers> node might resemble the following example if the proxy were caching version control files from Tfs_DefaultCollection on a server that is named TfsServer, using the default values for port and virtual directory:


<Servers>
 <Server>
  <Uri>
  http://tfsserver:8080/Tfs/Tfs_DefaultCollection
  </Uri>
 </Server>
</Servers>

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