Getting Started Question

I'm sure I must be missing something obvious, but I've just installed TeamCity 7.1.1 (for the third time now - I even deleted the prvious directory and cleaned out the registry this time) and still get this error on the Projects tab: "There are no projects in TeamCity. Please contact your system administrator."

I installed server and client on one machine, my Win 7 laptop.  I don't see an "Administration" menu item anywhere obvious.  But many many people have gone this way before me...  What am I missing?

Thanks,

jeremy.

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Hi Jeremy

It looks like the server catched configureation from some previous installation. By default it stored in %HOME%\.BuildServer
But to find actual path, open teamcity-server.log file, and find a message like

[2012-07-31 18:24:33,002]   INFO -   jetbrains.buildServer.SERVER - =========================================================== [2012-07-31 18:24:33,002]   INFO -   jetbrains.buildServer.SERVER - Starting TeamCity server [2012-07-31 18:24:33,051]   INFO -   jetbrains.buildServer.SERVER - TeamCity version: 7.1 EAP (build 23877), data format version 544 [2012-07-31 18:24:33,052]   INFO -  jetbrains.buildServer.STARTUP - Servlet real path: c:\TeamCity\bin\..\webapps\ROOT\ [2012-07-31 18:24:33,054]   INFO -  jetbrains.buildServer.STARTUP - Current stage: Looking for the TeamCity Data Directory [2012-07-31 18:24:33,054]   INFO -  jetbrains.buildServer.STARTUP - TeamCity Data Directory path is determined using the environment variable TEAMCITY_DATA_PATH [2012-07-31 18:24:33,054]   INFO -  jetbrains.buildServer.STARTUP - Data Directory C:\TeamCity\.BuildServer exists

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Thanks, Michael!

I uninstalled, then deleted the JetBrains directory which I found according to your instructions.  Now I'm starting from scratch again - problem solved.

Pity the uninstall doesn't really work as advertised, but with your help I managed to work around that.

Thanks,

jeremy.

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