#ProjectServer #Project Conference 2014 #ProjectOnline #ProjConf #pm #pmot #projectmanagement #PPM

The Project Conference 2014 is fast approaching. This is the place to be for information on Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project Server and Project Online. For details see the links below: http://www.msprojectconference.com/  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jkalis/archive/2013/11/20/register-for-the-project-conference-2014-now.aspx See you there!

#ProjectServer 2013 Project Center view failed to load #PS2013 #SP2013

I have seen this issue a few times now in Project Server 2013 where users see the error “View Failure The view failed to load. Press OK to reload this view with the default settings. Press Cancel to select another view” Clicking OK gives another error: “You don’t have permissions to view any projects” This... Continue Reading →

How to check the #ProjectOnline database usage #ProjectServer #PS2013 #SP2013 #SharePoint #SharePointOnline #Office365

A quick blog post to detail how you can check the Project DB size in Project Online. With Project Online, each Project Web App site collection can have a 10 GB Project database: http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/office365-project-online-help/project-online-software-boundaries-and-limits-HA104063425.aspx To check Project database usage for Project Online, access your SharePoint Admin page in Office 365. On the Site Collections page,... Continue Reading →

#ProjectServer #PS2013 #Project Site permission sync clarification #SP2013 #SharePoint #ProjectOnline

**** Update *** There has been a change to the project site user sync since 2013 was released, see the post from Brian below that explains the change and the change that is coming: http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectsupport/archive/2015/02/03/project-server-2013-project-now-controls-the-visitors-group-on-project-sites.aspx *************** Just a quick post to make you aware of a design change in the Project Server 2013 project site... Continue Reading →

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