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MS Project Server 2003 Limitations -> Reasons to Migrate Project Server 2007
The purpose of this article is to highlight major limitations in MS Project Server 2003 and to demonstrate how those limitations have been addressed in MS Project Server 2007. Reasons to Migrate to Project Server 2007: . More….....

MS Project - Earned Value Analysis
Earned value analysis is a procedure of measuring the cost of work performed up to the status date or current date. More….....

Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 - Extend Project Work Space Template
This article describes the detailed steps to extend default project workspce template. After you customize the template, you have to deploy the template to create all future sites based on customized template.

MS Project Server 2003 - Actual Work vs. Actual Work Protected Values
Actual Work in MS Project Plan is the overall work done on the tasks but not necessarily submitted from PWA. Discrepancy between Actual Work and Actual Work Protected values More….....

How to Determine Project Server 2003 Service Pack Level
To determine the service pack level, you have to check the installed service pack level for Project Server 2003 application and Project Server Database. More….....

Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 - Update list by using Excel
This article describes the detailed steps to update the WSS lists such as Issues, Risks, contacts or any custom list by updating excel file on your desktop.

Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 - Security and Permissions
Users gain access to SharePoint sites based on their permissions in project server. This article describes the various SharePoint security groups in WSS 2.0

Managing Administrative Projects in Project Server 2003
In Project Server 2003, administrative projects are used to track non-working time and non-project time. Resource Managers or Project Managers are generally responsible for managing the administrative projects.

MS Project Server 2003 - Administrative Project Limitations
In project Server 2003, administrative projects are used to track “Non-project time” and “administrative” tasks such as vacation, meetings, jury duty and training etc. More….....

MS Project Server 2003 - Project Rename Script
This article describes the custom SQL script to rename the enterprise project plan in MS Project Server 2003 environment. This application is developed by referring the functionality of PDS Rename Extender Utility. More….....

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