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SharePoint server does not work

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


After setup TFS2010 and office sharepoint 2007, I  can create a team project and also can create a new sharepoint site. serveral month later, When I create a new team projec with sharepoint site now, it can not allow me to create a new sharepoint site, I had to option do not configure sharepoint site at this time when create team project.

When I logon my server and found the sharepoint server does not work, the reason is that I changed my computer's password. so I changed new password for sharepoint in IIS manger. but I still can not create sharepoint site. Does someone know how to do this? Is there anywhere I need to change for the account and passoword in office sharepoint.

when I configurate sharepoint server, I used my PC's logon accout and password in everywhere we need, Is there anywhere I need to change? 

Below is the error message:

TF249063: the following web service is not available: http://myserver:17012/_vti_bin/TeamFoundationIntergrationServices.asmx. This web service is used for the team foundation server extensions for sharepoint proudcts.....

Thanks a lot,


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