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


Windows Server 2008 R2 is Now Supported

In the previous post, it was stated that Windows Server 2008 R2 support was coming.  I’m happy to announce it is here, if you apply the following hotfix.  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976462  Once you apply it, you don’t have to reboot the server.  However, we would suggest doing an IISReset to ensure everything is reloaded with the patched…


Microsoft Project Server 2010 Requirements

My name is Treb Gatte and I’m the Program Manager responsible for Setup and Upgrade for Microsoft Project Server 2010.  In this post, we will review the major requirement changes for Project Server 2010 and give you the locations of the documentation.  In subsequent posts, we will review the “shopping list” of required patches and…


Welcome to the Admin Blog!

This blog focuses on the needs of the Project Administrator/Implementer.  The posts will answer the questions of how do I and why would I implement various aspects of Project Server.  While there will be a lot of content for Project Server 2010, we will also have Project Server 2007 related content as well. Why another…