When you try to configure InRelease to connect to your Team Foundation Server 2013 Team Project Collection you get an error message saying that you are unable to connect because you need to be able to requires make requests on behalf of others.
If you follow the documentation for the new InRelease 3 for Team Foundation Server 2013 “TF400324: Team Foundation Services are not available from server” with a remote server error of 404.
Installing InRelease 3 fails as you need elevated privileges to install InRelease
If you have the ‘team field’ enabled you will receive a “TF400654: Unable to configure Planning Tools” when you try to use the automatic configuration.
Issue [ TFS 2012.2 ] Detaching collection fails on SnapshotIdentities with object reference not set to an instance of an object
When you try to detach a Team Project Collection in Team Foundation Server the process fails on SnapshotIdentities with an “object reference not set to an instance of an object” error. While this does not inhibit the execution of TFS there is likely a good reason that you wanted to detach and found this issue.
If you have TFS 2012 Update 2 (2012.2) installed you might get an error after you move Team Foundation Server from one environment to another (change domain.)
Users coming from a SharePoint 2010 system that try to access SharePoint 2013 after a migration receive a “this site has not been shared with you” message. This mean that they are not able to authenticate to SharePoint 2013.
After an upgrade of a SharePoint 2010 content database to SharePoint 2013 you may get an error message “Could not load file or assembly ‘MyCustomWebPart, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, Public Token=6912jju2191j213ggv10’ or one of its dependants. The system cannot find the file specified” when you try to access a page.
After a server migration Scheduled Backups gives a TF400998 when you try to reconfigure it. You may also see timeouts and errors when trying to add Team Foundation Console Users.
You can get an error when trying to restore TFS backups that certain features are only supported on SQL Server Enterprise Edition.