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VS/TFS 2010 All-Up VM Refresh

Brian Keller just updated the soon-to-expire (12/15) all-up Visual Studio/TFS 2010 VM. Make sure to download the latest refresh! From Brian:


What’s new in the December 2010 Refresh?
The version of this virtual machine
which was refreshed on December 9, 2010, includes the following additions:
·
Visual Studio 2010 Feature Pack 2
· Team Foundation Server 2010 Power Tools
(September 2010 Release)
· Visual Studio 2010 Productivity Power Tools
(these are disabled in VS so that the screenshots of the hands-on-labs still
match; you can quickly enable the Productivity Power Tools via Tools ->
Extension Manager from within Visual Studio)
· Test Scribe for Microsoft
Test Manager
· Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 Process Template
· All Windows
Updates through December 8, 2010
· Lab Management GDR (KB983578)
·
Visual Studio 2010 Feature Pack 2 pre-requisite hotfix (KB2403277)
·
Microsoft Test Manager hotfix (KB2387011)
· Minor fit-and-finish fixes based
on customer feedback
· A new expiration date of June 1, 2011

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