How to Restart/Change Workflows

This is the final installment of a four part series on common workflow administration tasks associated with Project Server 2010.  Installation and setup of Project Server 2010 is covered in the overall setup guide, and these articles will make the assumption that the user has already read and completed the setup of Project Server 2010….


How to Troubleshoot Your Workflows

This is the third of a four part series on common workflow administration tasks associated with Project Server 2010.  Installation and setup of Project Server 2010 is covered in the overall setup guide, and these articles will make the assumption that the user has already read and completed the setup of Project Server 2010. These…


How to Setup the Workflow Proxy Account

This is the second of a four part series on common workflow administration tasks associated with Project Server 2010.  Installation and setup of Project Server 2010 is covered in the overall setup guide, and these articles will make the assumption that the user has already read and completed the setup of Project Server 2010. These…


How to Associate a Workflow with an Enterprise Project Type

This is the first of a four part series on common workflow administration tasks associated with Project Server 2010.  Installation and setup of Project Server 2010 is covered in the overall setup guide, and these articles will make the assumption that the user has already read and completed the setup of Project Server 2010. These…


Upcoming Webcasts for The Week of Dec 14, 2009

Title Date/Time Description Presenter Overview of Microsoft Project Server 2010 for IT Professionals Tuesday, December 15, 2009 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) In this webcast, we provide an overview of Microsoft Project Server 2010 features, requirements, and deployment considerations that IT professionals need to know about the product. Topics we discuss include: system…


Did you know? Minimum Project Server 2003 Version for Upgrade

We will be supporting migration from Microsoft Project Server 2003 SP3 to Microsoft Project Server 2010 via a Virtual Migration Environment (more details to come.).  If you have not already updated your 2003 server to SP3, now might be a good time to plan the application of that service pack. Technorati Tags: Microsoft Project Server…


Troubleshooting – Business Intelligence Features

The Project Server 2010 Business Intelligence feature utilizes the support of Excel Services, Secure Store Service, PerformancePoint Services and SQL Server.  A thorough understanding of how these features fit together is necessary to get the most from the feature.  This post will provide that overview and provide troubleshooting questions for common issues. Architecture Our Business…


SQL Server Settings for Performance Recommendations

We’ve added some performance configuration suggestions for SQL in this release, based on feedback from early test customers and from the results of our own performance testing.  These settings are intended to help the overall performance of the system.  Database Properties The following properties should be set on your Project Server databases. AUTO_CLOSE set to…


Did you know?

The Microsoft Project Server 2010 Public Beta will expire on October 31, 2010.  Some people have asked and I wanted to make this date clear to all. Technorati Tags: Microsoft Project Server 2010 Public Beta Expiration


2010 Public Beta to 2010 Final Release Is Not Supported

Please note:  Project Server 2010 Public Beta is not supported for Production use.  Also note: upgrade from Microsoft Project Server 2010 Public Beta to Microsoft Project Server 2010 Released Version is explicitly blocked and not supported.  This restriction applies to both In-Place or DB Attach upgrade methods.    Technorati Tags: Project Server 2010 Public Beta Upgrade