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Team Foundation Server Dual-Server Installation

I am doing a Team Foundation Server Dual-Server Installation.
According to Microsoft TFS installation walk-through, after
installing
Team Foundation Server Databases in the Data-Tier server, I need to
Install Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Service Pack 1, is
this correct?? I would think it makes sense to Install Visual Studio
2005 Team Foundation Server Service Pack 1 on the application-tier
server.

Thanks in advance

Aug 6 '07 #1
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>I am doing a Team Foundation Server Dual-Server Installation.
According to Microsoft TFS installation walk-through, after
installing
Team Foundation Server Databases in the Data-Tier server, I need to
Install Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Service Pack 1, is
this correct?? I would think it makes sense to Install Visual Studio
2005 Team Foundation Server Service Pack 1 on the application-tier
server.

Thanks in advance

Aug 7 '07 #2

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