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Previously I had blogged about a trick using Internet Explorer to save your Codeplex or TFS credentials so you don't need to provide them every time you launch Visual Studio. Unfortunately this trick does not seem to work with Vista or Windows 7.
Open Control Panel and select Credential Manager. Add a Windows Credential. Enter your Codeplex or TFS server name (ie tfs01.codeplex.com) and your username in the format snd/<username>_cp. For example if your username was coder, enter it as snd/coder_cp
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