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The purpose of this blog is to explain how can we resolve the version control workspace issue while working with Azure DevOps version control, previously known as VSTS or TFS.
The path % is already mapped in workspace %
First make sure that no other workspace is mapped to this path (including remote workspaces).
Sometimes the trick could be to clear the TFS cache on client machines
The path to TFS client cache folder varies depending on the TFS version. Delete contents of the cache folder to resolve the issue:
Tfs 2017: “%localappdata%\Microsoft\Team Foundation\7.0\Cache\”Tfs 2015: “%localappdata%\Microsoft\Team Foundation\6.0\Cache\”Tfs 2013: “%localappdata%\Microsoft\Team Foundation\5.0\Cache\”Tfs 2012: “%localappdata%\Microsoft\Team Foundation\4.0\Cache\”
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