Periodically can not connect to TFS - And TFS not in sync

From UiPath Studio 2018.1 I try to connect to our TFS server, via https port 8080
When I set up the TFS server connection I am prompted for credentials, but it does not connect and I am prompted again for credentials. I keep trying, it keeps failing, and suddenly it connects! (??)

… But when I am finally connected, the Project files are NOT really connected to TFS, the green icons are missing, and I cannot check them out for editing. I cannot get latest from server either.

This used to work, but suddenly does not.

Running Windows Server 2016.

Tried uninstalling UiPath, including deleting all uipath program folders, all uipath regedit entries, and all temp files related to UiPath, and rebooting and installing uipath again. To no avail.


Our whole team run into this problem regularly.
we then have to delete the local project and ‘open from tfs’ which is time consuming and VERY annoying… please fix TFS integration so it has the same functionality as the one in visual studio…

Hi @ksjnovaro

Which version of Studio is at fault here? I had some experience with the latest version of 2019.2 and haven’t encountered similar issues.

I would urge you to report the issue via our technical support channel for it to be properly tracked.



Was this ever deemed an “issue” or does this have something to do with original setup? Just wondering if there was ever any followup. I seem to be seeing an intermittent issue where the mappings at times appear not mapped in studio.

UnMappedTFS Mapped