Announcing the Microsoft Project Server 2007 IT Professionals TechNet webcast series

Time for me to steal back from Christophe – see his blog posting at http://blogs.msdn.com/chrisfie/archive/2008/09/24/announcing-the-microsoft-project-server-2007-it-professionals-technet-webcast-series.aspx. Brief introduction here – full story, details and dates on Christophe’s blog Starting October 1st, 2008, Michael Jordan (Lead Architect – MCS EPM Global Practice | WW COE for EPM) will present a series of Project Server 2007 webcast on […]

Video blogs on Task Statusing on http://blogs.msdn.com/project

Treb and Dave are working on a series of Silverlight video blogs around task statusing and timetracking – and specifically what the administrative options do, and the first is live at http://blogs.msdn.com/project/archive/2008/09/23/video-review-of-project-2007-task-settings-and-display-administrative-options.aspx and as you can guess from the URL it covers task settings and display settings in the Server Settings page. Enjoy! Technorati Tags: […]

New Content from the Project Server UA Team

Fresh from the pens (or keyboards) of our UA team are the following articles.  Thanks to Efren, Robert, Mike, Sonia, Jim and David.  And the mention of Britney Spears isn’t some cheap trick to get more hits on my site – the podcast actually exists – and for my US readers the date of the […]

Project Server 2007: Moving a copy of Production to Test – Part 1

***Update – for a detailed step by step document for moving from one domain to another take a look at http://blogs.msdn.com/brismith/archive/2009/06/22/project-server-2007-migration-from-one-domain-to-another.aspx ***  This is a request I have had a few times, most recently from Dan, and I have decided to do this in two parts.  The first here, is a high level view, and I […]