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Transform Windows into a hotspot (to share the Internet through Wi-Fi) is something that long is possible – from Windows Vista, if memory serves – but it was ridiculously complicated to do. Finally Windows 10 took a step in the right direction.
Let us assume that you have the product key of Windows 8.1-you earned (or bought) a Windows license. But for some reason, no longer have the installation media. What now?
If you enable the IIS WebDAV feature on your Team Foundation Server web site, problems will arise. A typical symptom is the “500: error” message above when trying to delete a Git repository.
Setting up TFS is no longer something complicated – even considering that a typical TFS installation consists of multiple servers in addition to TFS itself (SQL Server, SharePoint, etc.). That characteristic, however, makes an activity still somewhat complicated: create a friendly URL for TFS, which is applied to all its components. Continue reading