Clbaker94 wrote into the help desk about this, and the main issue was that they were grabbing the wrong team project. The main source of confusion was that their team member's local copy of the team project was named similar to a different team project in the Axure Share workspace, which was the team project the OP was grabbing. We can see how this can be confusing, but the main thing to match is the project ID, rather than the project name. As mentioned, you can name your local .rpprj copy of the team project to anything you want (since it's your own local copy), and RP will just match the team project with its ID.
Hope this helps!