TF10156 error when attempting to checkout from TFS

I have a plan that checks out code from Team Foundation Server (Disclaimer: I'm not too familiar with TFS).  VCS checkout task errors out with TF10156 exception.  See  for more information.  

I can't really change the host name, it's along the lines of "bamboo-asdf.intranet.developmentlab.acme.org".  The actual hostname with subnet is 35 characters long (again, I don't have control over how the servers are named).  

Is there a 32 character limit for server names for this plugin or TFS?  Any way to force Bamboo or this plugin to use a shorter alias (e.g. bamboo-asdf in the example above) without the subnet?  Aliases without the subnet do get resolved on our systems.

 

Update: adding the TF10131 error log: 

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Hi!

Yes, there is 32 char limit. I've updated the plugin to deal with this limitation. Please uninstall the current version and install this one: http://stellaritysoftware.com/files/tfs-repository-plugin-1.1.11-dev2.jar . If everything is fine I'll push it to public.

Updatehttp://stellaritysoftware.com/files/tfs-repository-plugin-1.1.11-dev3.jar

Update: The issue is fixed in 1.1.11 and 1.0.20 (will be released soon).

Thanks for the prompt response! TF10156 error went away but now I get TF10131 error (workspace contains more than 64 characters).

See the updated question for the TF10131 error log.

I see, one more limitation needs to be fixed.

Thanks again for the quick response. This fixes the TF10131 issue. This works perfectly now!

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Hi! Let me check it. I'll ping you back soon.

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