#ProjectServer 2016 environment migration / rollover steps #PowerShell #PS2016 #MSProject #SP2016

This blog post will detail the PowerShell commands required to carry out an environment rollover / migration using Windows PowerShell where possible. The steps below use the database approach to rollover the Production environment to the Test / Development environment. As a prerequisite I would recommend taking full backups of the Test / Dev farm... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline / #ProjectServer #Project site provisioning using #Office365 PnP remote provisioning #SharePoint #PowerShell

For many years now Project Server deployments have used Project Sites or known as Project Workspaces before Project Server 2010. Typically most deployments have custom requirements for the sites so custom site templates were created from a site created using the default Project Site template. The updated custom site template was then linked to the... Continue Reading →

#ProjectServer 2016 is RTM #SharePoint #PS2016 #SP2016 #Office2016 #PPM

A quick post to highlight some great news this week, Project Server 2016 RTM has been released, the announcement is here: https://blogs.office.com/2016/03/14/sharepoint-2016-rtm-and-the-future-of-sharepoint-event/ To view what is new for Project Server 2016 see the MSDN link below: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff631142(v=office.16).aspx Some great reasons there for those clients still using the on-premise software to upgrade from earlier versions of... Continue Reading →

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