TF400018: The local version table for local workspace <NAME> could not be opened. The workspace version table contains as unknown scheme version.

by XDK 28. July 2016 22:36

Exception:

TF400018: The local version table for local workspace <Box Name;User Name> could not be opened. The workspace version table contains as unknown scheme version.

Explanation:

This error may occur when the local workspace is corrupted

Workaround:

Delete or rename the local workspace cache folder at "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Team Foundation"

Tags:

Azure DevOps on-premises | TFS 2012 | TFS 2013

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