Project Server Webcast: Check-in Pending Secrets Revealed!

Well maybe not secrets, but hopefully the webcast tomorrow (5/28/2009) will give more insight to the workings and architecture of the Active Cache.  And if “tomorrow” is in the past the webcast is/was recorded.  Chris Boyd will be presenting with Jan Kalis, and certainly myself and possibly Aik Chen will be along for the Q&A….


By the time you get to Phoenix… Latest Project Conference news!

By the time you get to Phoenix… there will be some excellent Project Server 2007 and 2010 content for you.  New information on the site at http://www.msprojectconference.com/ including an extension to the Early Bird rate!  This will be the only Microsoft Project Conference anywhere in the world this year, so don’t miss the opportunity to…


April Cumulative Updates: All Office Server Articles now Live!

Just checked the links and they are all now live – so updated my list.  One clarification on a the specific KBs and downloads for Project Server and the SharePoint/Microsoft Office SharePoint Servers.  The Office Server hotfix I list is the complete package that includes Project Server 2007 April CU too.  This is KB 968851…


Project Server 2007: My filters don’t work in my Data Analysis views

This came out of a recent Project Server support case where a customer was trying to show the capacity of resources by department in a Data Analysis view, but found that the filter for the resources department (a resource level field) wasn’t working as expected.  If capacity wasn’t shown then the department filter was good…


SharePoint Server 2010 Preliminary System Requirements – x64 all the way!

News from TechEd 2009 this morning on the requirements for the next release of SharePoint – which will be called SharePoint Server 2010.  As Project Server 2010 will be built on the same platform then expect similar requirements.  In brief these are: SharePoint Server 2010 will be 64-bit only – this was announced during the…


Office System and Servers SP2 and Cumulative Updates for April 2009

The Office Sustained Engineering team have put together a great FAQ blog on the recently (partially) released SP2 and April Cumulative updates. Please see http://blogs.technet.com/office_sustained_engineering/archive/2009/05/01/faq-concerning-cumulative-updates-for-april-2009-and-the-service-pack-2-for-the-2007-microsoft-office-system-and-microsoft-office-servers.aspx for the full details. These cover the Microsoft Office System and Microsoft Office Servers, including Project Server 2007. In case you wondered – this is the team that put together…


Project Server 2007: Deploying Cumulative Updates

Thanks again to Rob for putting these words together on the different versions of packages in the cumulative updates – specifically describing the additional options available since the December 2008 Cumulative Updates which introduced the server rollup packages.  Over to Rob: The Server CU is released in two different versions.  The first version is in…


Project Server 2007: Cumulative Update for February 2009

The Cumulative Updates for February 2009 for both the Office server and client components are now available (well it is only Feb 41st :))  Thanks Rob for putting these details together.  I will have another posting shortly which explains the deployment process you should adopt with the new server rollup packages first introduced in December. …