Creating Project Pro Accounts with PowerShell

I just posted a PowerShell script shared by Chris Boyd from the Project Product Group that allows you to create new accounts to connect from Project Pro for Office 365 or Project Professional  to Project Online or Project Server.  This, in combination with Group Policy could be used to set accounts for many users in […]

October Updates out now for Project and Project Server 2010 and 2013

I posted over on the Project Support blog at – no Project Server 2010 updates – and just a reminder that Project 2010 and Project Server 2010 ended mainstream support just this past week.  This means we won’t be taking any further non-security fixes – so if you are still using this version it […]

Project 2016: Should I Upgrade?

*** Update 10/5/2016 – Please see the Admin Portal Message Center for the latest news – which will include the following message (truncated here) – you have until next February to upgrade to Project 2016 (or the subscription Project Online Desktop Client if you want to continue connecting to Project Online. MC75399 Published On : […]

Project and Project Server August CU is out!

Just finished the announcement e-mail for the August updates.  See over on the Project Support blog –  I also updated the full lists of fixes for all updates released since the start of both the 2010 and 2013 applications. Some of my favourite fixes: We sorted out an issue with some changes in Firefox […]

Project Server 2010 and 2013 August 2015 PU Announcement

Yesterday saw the release of the August 2015 Public Update (PU) for Project, Project Server and SharePoint for 2013, and Project Server and SharePoint 2010.  We are now delivering as Public Updates, although Server fixes are shipped just via the Download Center and not via Windows Update (Unless there is a security element or a […]

What I missed in my Project Land summer round-up

For my round-up posts I tend to go to the blog roll and click through and see what the MVP community have been blogging about and then add other posts that have interested me from both inside and outside Microsoft.  However, there are some MVP’s that were missing from my list so I missed posting […]