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Project Portfolio Server 2007 SP2 Released!

Project Portfolio Server 2007 SP2 Released!

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For full details of links and stuff see Christophe’s blog http://blogs.msdn.com/chrisfie/archive/2009/07/23/announcing-the-release-of-project-portfolio-server-2007-service-pack-2-sp2.aspx. Here are the highlights:

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

The third point answers a question posted to my blog regarding VM support – but PPS may still not be listed in the validation tool just yet.

And this is my first mobile blog – meaning I am on the Connector bus en-route to Campus.  One of the best benefits Microsoft has come up with recently – and the roads to Campus are noticably quieter because of it.  And wireless all the way to work…

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  • Does it support integrating with SSRS in SharePoint Integrated Mode?

  • I have a vendor who has installed PPS2007.  It is working great with a few exceptions. If you know how to correct the following or have a similar experience I'm interested in your findings:  In Builder and Dashboard when a project is filtered to only show open projects for example, the cost and schedule indicators and the project costs do not filter.  In other words all projects including the closed and cancelled ones still have their indicator values and costs rolled up in the portfolio totals.

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