Embedded images in HTML fields are missing in the Work Items

by Xavier Dilip Kumar 18. November 2015 10:00

Explanation:

The mentioned error occur when the TFS URL is not properly configured for client access.

You can figure out the invalid URL location of the image by right-click --> Properties on the image in the Work Item field 

Solution for Web Access client

  1. Log on to TFS app tier
  2. Open "TFS Administartion Console"
  3. Select "Application Tier" node
  4. Check whether the "Notification URL" in the "Application Tier Summary" is configured with FQDN.
  5. If not configure as expected, then configure the URL with FQDN by clicking on "Change URL" as follows 

Solution for Visual Studio IDE

  1. Close all Visual Studio IDE and IE instances
  2. Open IE.
  3. Add *.<your TFS domain>.com to the local intranet settings
  4. Open Visual Studio IDE to verify the missing image

 

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0x80070425 - The service cannot accept control message at this time

by Xavier Dilip Kumar 3. November 2015 07:54

Exception:

 

Explanation:

I got the above exception while accessing the "Manage your credential" in Control Panel --> User Accounts.

Solution:

This exception occur when "Credential Manager" in windows services is stopped. Start "Credential Manager" in windows services to resolve the issue.

 

 

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