Delete your SQL
Source Control cached credentials file
Delete your cached
credentials (this may be the same as the SO link at the top, but for a
different OS version)
1. Close SSMS.
2. In Control Panel,
go to Credential Manager (or Network Credentials, depending on your version of
3. Remove your TFS
4. Restart SSMS and
link the database again. SQL Source Control should prompt for credentials.
Manually create TFS
3. Add a new
credentials entry for your TFS sever, user name, and password.
Lastly there's also the registry as shown in this image
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