THIS is a collection of mini-posts that explains step-by-step how to create, add, and administer Microsoft Team Foundation Server.
Here I will show you how to add a new project to Source Control…
Now let’s begin…
a. Firstly, ensure that your Solution and Projects have been created under your MAPPED TFS root folder (eg C:\TFS\).
If your solution is located elsewhere, you may receive an error message like:
“Failed to create mapping. Cannot map server path, $/xxxxx/MyApp because it is not rooted beneath a team project”
b. Right-click on the Solution of your project
c. Select “Add Solution to Source Control”…
d. Select the ROOT folder to host your Solution files and projects 
e. Select a SUBFOLDER name that will be created under the ROOT folder you selected in 
f. Confirm the path to the solution files and folders 
Hit OK, and your Solution files should now be checked into TFS!
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Next Up: Learn How to Grant Permissions to a new TFS Project for Users, TFS Groups and Windows Groups