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In previous releases, you would pick one of multiple configuration wizards for your TFS deployment depending on what you were trying to do. The Basic and Full wizards could be used to configure a new deployment; the Upgrade wizard could be used for production and pre-production upgrades; and the Application-Tier Only wizard could be used for a variety of scenarios, including scaling out an existing deployment, replacing an application tier with new hardware, and so forth.In TFS 2017, all of these scenarios have been unified into a single Server Configuration Wizard, which guides you toward and then through each of these scenarios by asking you to make simple choices.Additionally, advanced configurations like pre-production upgrades and clone existing deployment now automate actions that used to be done through tfsconfig.exe, including changing server IDs, remapping database connection strings, and removing references to external dependencies (which used to be done with tfsconfig.exe PrepareClone).
If you downloaded an extension from the Visual Studio Marketplace, published it to your TFS 2015 installation, and then upgraded to TFS 2017, the extension is not automatically updated when new versions of the extension are published to the Marketplace. 1e1e36bf2d