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MS Project Server 2003 Implementation

By christian.markley ·
We just started to use MSP Pro 2003, and I am starting the process of setting up Project Server 2003 (accounts, standards, resources, etc.). Server is installed and now I need to do all the admin and Web Access work. Can anyone help with ideas, comments, documentation so I can do it right the first time?

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Configuration Guide

by BFilmFan In reply to MS Project Server 2003 Im ...

Most of that is covered here in the Technical Library:

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Thank You

by christian.markley In reply to Configuration Guide

Thank you for your help; this resource proved most helpful!

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by Furqan Asrar In reply to MS Project Server 2003 Im ...

Depending on the type of implementation, you might want to setup RBS. If you are planning for the future you might want to look into Extranet Access.

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RBS and Extranet Access

by christian.markley In reply to

Could you explain RBS, please? Also, what types of applications could Extranet Access have for me?

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by Furqan Asrar In reply to RBS and Extranet Access

Here's a good link to understand RBS

What I have recently implemented is access for users outside our domain/lan via the Internet... The reason for setting this up was mainly since our Project Managers work from sites rather than the building itself. A major issue we faced since we were a little short of funding for new servers, was setting up the Intranet server itself for Extranet access also.

Most of the information can be found in the Administration Guide if you have time to read it.

I assume you have already set a standard calendar and working days/times...

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Tools for the Application

by tanzim.akhtar In reply to MS Project Server 2003 Im ...

You can use Application Configuration Guide available for download from Microsoft, below is the link to the download page

However, if you haven't planned your EPM yet then there is a tool from Microsoft called PDT which helps you configure your depoyment, below is the link to download it:

Best regards,

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