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MS Project 2007 -> Project Server 2007 - Corrupted Local Cache

  Overview     |   Settings     |   Cleanup     |   Corrupted Cache     |

  
Some times, you have to clear the cache to resolve cache corruption issue. Delete all the files under Cache folder to resolve this issue.

Possible symptoms of corrupted cache are: Incorrect custom field values, not able to connect MS Project Server, Unable to open project plan etc.

You can use following steps listed below to resolve the cache corruption issue.

Steps:
  • Close and exit MS Project Professional 2007 application (if already open on your machine)
  • Click on Start menu -> Run
  • Type %appdata% and click on "OK"



  • Navigate to the Microsoft\MS Project\Cache folder



  • Delete all of the folders and files in this directory


Now you can try again to open MS project plan.



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