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A TFS project is not analogous to anything in Visual Studio. It is more for permissions and work item types.

For most people/teams they will work out of the same TFS Project. I've never strayed out of my TFS Project. We just have different folders for each Visual Studio Project. External teams have a different folder for their team still within our same TFS Project.

The only time I've seen people use other TFS Projects is when they have a different permission model, or different work item types they are tracking against.
The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8m/sec² - Marcus Dolengo

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