The TFS browse button is available if you have Visual Studio 2008 Team Explorer installed on the same machine SQL Source Control is installed.
Unfortunately, TFS 2010 changed its API, so you will not see the browse button if you are using Visual Studio 2010, which includes Team Explorer 2010.
This may explain why you see the browse button on some machines, but not others.
We are tracking requests for this functionality on our Suggestion Forum athttp://redgate.uservoice.com/forums/390 ... erver-inst and we do hope to improve the initial linking in a future release to both browse and create folders when you link (http://redgate.uservoice.com/forums/39019-sql-source-control/suggestions/619767-ability-to-create-a-new-folder-in-svn-or-tfs-when-) instead of having to type it in manually.
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