Announcing the release of Project Portfolio Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2)

We are happy to announce the release Project Portfolio Server 2007 Service Pack 2 (SP2) to the Microsoft Download Center.  Before you install this service pack it is essential that you read the following two knowledge base articles, and thoroughly read the guidance and test out the patch in a separate environment prior to a production rollout.

Project Portfolio Server Service Pack 2 (SP2) Links
Description of Project Portfolio Server 2007 Service Pack 2 971205
Issues that are fixed in Project Portfolio Server 2007 Service Pack 2 971363
How to deploy Project Portfolio Server 2007 SP2

Project Portfolio Server 2007 Service Pack 2 download page

Highlight of Portfolio Server 2007 SP2:

  • contains significant security improvements, stability improvements, and performance improvements
  • support for SQL Server 2008 32-bit (please note SQL 2008 64-bit is NOT supported)
  • support for Portfolio Server on Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V
  • contains all previously released fixes into one update
Comments (4)
  1. rfratto says:

    I have read a few posts indicating that MOPPS2007/SP2 has trouble talking to SSRS2008 (32-bit) out of the box and that changes to the web.config are required to get this to work.  Do you have any knowledge of this and if so, can you post a typical solution to this problem?  We are evaluating just such an architecture and we are unsure whether to use SSRS2008 or SSRS2005.  Thank you.

  2. vijaykumar608 says:

    Hi Christophe,

    How to install the Portfolio Server 2007 reporting components on a

    separate reporting services farm that is 64 bit. When I try to run the

    install it tells me it can’t install on a 64 bit machine. It doesn’t give me

    the option to get to the reporting piece.

    Please help me out….does microsoft provide any support for this?

  3. That’s because it’s not supported! I recommend you consider the new Portfolio Strategy capabilities of Project Server 2010 which is due out next month which is now 64-bit.

  4. vijaykumar608 says:

    Hi christophe,

    Thanks for ur reply.

    I am having a lot of problems with microsoft project portfolio server 2007 and configuring it with SQL Server reporting services 2008(32 bit) so I moved to SSRS 2005 and I am trying to test the SSRS connection with MOPPS using the two tests they have mentioned in MOPPS deployment guide (page 71 to be precise).

    I cleared one test where I can see the reports folder with sample reports in reportserver. But the second test is giving me a lot of problems. When I do the export to excel it throws an error. I was wondering if I need to install excel on the server. If yes, We are still using office 2003 so, Is that a problem ?

    Please help me out with this situation …..

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