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Administrators of Team Foundation version control can add check-in policy requirements. These check-in policies require the user to take actions when they conduct a check-in to source control. For example, a user can be required to associate a work item with a changeset. For more information, see Add Check-In Policies. The following procedure demonstrates how to remove a check-in policy from your team project.
To complete this procedure, you must have the Edit project-level information permission set to Allow. For more information, see Team Foundation Server Permissions.
To remove a check-in policy
From the Team menu, choose Team Project Settings, and then select Source Control.
In the Source Control Settings dialog box, choose the Check-in Policy tab.
In the policy type list, click the policy type that you want to delete, and click Remove.