I'm now working with Visual Studio Community 2013 Data Tools and when the project tried to open, receive multiple errors, indicating the project could not connect to Team Foundation Server.
After doing a quick Google search, found this article, trick is to delete the file specified: "ComponentModelCache to ComponentModelCache" located in the folder: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\VisualStudio\12.0
Opened VS 2013 Community, TFS worked.
Quick fix, but it worked first time. Thanks to the blog author for the solution~!
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