How to Migrate from Microsoft Project Server 2003 to Project Server 2010

As announced by Brian Smith on the Project Admin blog, we have great news for existing Project Server 2003 (and SharePoint 2003)customers, thanks to the recently released Virtual Migration Environment (VME): Project Server 2010: Migrating from Project Server 2003 —–> —–> 🙂   Technorati Tags: Microsoft Project Server 2010,Microsoft Project Server 2007,Microsoft Project Server 2003


Latest Microsoft Project RSS Feeds – January 2010

Following this post last May 2009: My Favorite Microsoft Project RSS Feeds, my please below an OPML file with the latest Project related RSS feeds I read everyday (see these instructions for instance to import OMPL in IE http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Import-and-export-RSS-feeds-in-Internet-Explorer). It’s great to see increase in content in the past 9 months! If I have missed…


Microsoft Project Conference 2009 Session Recordings / Videos

Hello, in case you did not attend the Project Conference last September 2009, all the sessions recording are now available free of charge here: http://www.microsoft.com/video Search using terms like “Project 2010”: http://www.microsoft.com/video/en/us/search?phrase=project%202010 or this to find out about Project Server 2007 best practices and partner solutions for instance: http://www.microsoft.com/video/en/us/search?phrase=project%202007 An please remember that 2010 is…


Microsoft Project Server 2003 Mainstream Support Ended on April 14 2009

As a reminder, Microsoft Project Server 2003 Mainstream Support Retired on April 14, 2009, as show on our Microsoft Product Lifecycle site.This means that Microsoft Project 2003 and Microsoft Project Server 2003 customers should purchase Extended Support.I also recommend upgrading to Project/Project Server 2007 and not wait for Project/Project Server 2010.See this for more information:…


My Favorite Microsoft Project RSS Feeds

Please find attached my favorite list (OPML file) of related Microsoft Project RSS feeds. It’s a great way to stay up to date on what’s happening in the Enterprise Project Management world. For instance all the RSS under Microsoft Content contains updates to all key content produced officially by Microsoft whether it’s a Knowledge Base…

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Migrating to Microsoft Project Server 2007: Lessons from the Field – MPUG

Please check this recently published article from Victor Richardson on the MPUG (Microsoft Project User Group) site: Migrating to Microsoft Project Server 2007: Lessons from the Field  On the same topic please check the following white paper recently released: Best Practices for Migrating to Project Server 2007 white paper now available


Best Practices for Migrating to Project Server 2007 white paper now available

I am pleased to announce the release of a white paper written by QuantumPM entitled:  Best Practices for Migrating to Project Server 2007. Summary This paper provides guidance, references, and best practices to observe when migrating to Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 from Project Server 2003. The audiences for this guide are business application specialists,…

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Microsoft Project Content Recently Published (July, August, September)

Please find below an inventory of the content published for the past three months by the Office EPM UA team, feel free to forward this email to your customers and partners: Office Online Watch this: Use lag and lead timeThis demo shows how to use lag and lead time to create gaps and overlaps between…


Project 2007 with Mac OS

A few of you are wondering if Project Standard/Professional (desktop) and Project Web Access (Project Server web based client) run on a non Windows operating system and in particular on a Macintosh running on MAC OS. First as a reminder the desktop requirements for Project and PWA 2007 are (Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management Solution…

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How to Rename Projects After a Project Server 2007 Migration

You have probably noticed after a Project Server 2003 to a Project Server 2007 migration that all the project name have the string “_Published” appended at the end (check Migration guide for Office Project Server 2007). Mike Shughrue has written a tool that will “bulk” rename all the projects in one click as shown below:…

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