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Project Server 2013 – New Project failed to publish?

Do you see the following error message in Project Server 2013 when you try to create a new project? Error: Your new <Project Name> has been created successfully, but failed to publish and will not be listed in the Project Center. For more information on the failure, visit the My Queue Jobs page or contact your Read more about Project Server 2013 – New Project failed to publish?[…]

How the New SharePoint Mobile App Impacts Project Online/Project Server

      Microsoft releases the iOS app for SharePoint Sticking to its Cloud-first, mobile-first mantra, Microsoft released the long overdue mobile app for SharePoint. Currently it is available only for iOS with other applications probably on the roadmap. This app works for both Online and On-Premises versions of SharePoint. You can read more about Read more about How the New SharePoint Mobile App Impacts Project Online/Project Server[…]

Converting an Editable Subproject to Read-Only in a Program Schedule

Many of you use Microsoft Project and Project Server to schedule projects within a program. When I schedule my projects that belong to a program, I like to create a Program Master Schedule. My Program Master Schedule is basically a shell that houses the Subproject links. The screen shot below displays an example of a Program Read more about Converting an Editable Subproject to Read-Only in a Program Schedule[…]

Connecting Excel to Project Server OData

  This Blog will help you to get data from Project Server really fast using Excel to create pivot tables, charts or just slice and dice your data and use any other features that Excel offers.   Prerequisites Project server 2013 Office Excel 2010 or 2013 (in our Blog we are using 2013)  Permission to Read more about Connecting Excel to Project Server OData[…]

Setting up Backups in Project Server 2013

Today we are looking at how to take backups of item level objects through administrative backup in Project Server 2013. You will also learn the difference between Project Server 2010 and 2013 when it comes to where the backup settings are. Thanks for watching! Please feel free to leave comments below or check out our Read more about Setting up Backups in Project Server 2013[…]

How to update the Status Manager of an Enterprise Project when using Project Server 2013

To change the Status Manager in your Enterprise Project Schedule you must first change the Project Owner in Project Web Access (PWA). In order to change the Owner of an enterprise project, the Project Owner or someone with edit access to the project schedule will need to log into Project Web Access (PWA) and update the Owner Read more about How to update the Status Manager of an Enterprise Project when using Project Server 2013[…]

How to Force Check-in your Schedules in PWA

Are you having a difficult time trying to Check-in your schedule in PWA? The following steps will make it easy the next time you want to Force Check-in your schedules in PWA. Please make sure your work is properly saved before you go ahead with this exercise. From the  Home Page of PWA click on Read more about How to Force Check-in your Schedules in PWA[…]

Active Directory Synchronization Not Saving in PWA 2013

Today, while configuring Active Directory Resource Pool Synchronization for a client of ours, I ran into what seems to be a pretty serious issue. I was unable to save the AD group from the Settings page. When I went to click “Save” nothing happened, not even an error. I’ve configured this before for other clients Read more about Active Directory Synchronization Not Saving in PWA 2013[…]