Myself and Adrian Jenkins are attending and presenting at the Project Conference 2012, March 19th to the 22nd in Phoenix Arizona and will be delivering a couple of the sessions. The sessions are planned to be one about the February 2012 Cumulative Update for Project and Project Server, and the other one will be a guide to troubleshooting Project Server – looking at some of the tools we use in support to help identify issues. But if there are some specific scenarios or tools that you are especially interested in then we would be delighted to consider these for inclusion in the sessions. The conference is your chance to hear great things from our partners, customers and of course Microsoft – and here is your chance to let me and Adrian know exactly what you’d like to hear from us.
Looking forward to meeting friends old and new in Phoenix!
How about examples of using non-standard tools in troubleshooting - like Fiddler, for instance?
Without special internal tools, what is the method to troubleshoot decimal actual work issue in timesheet 2010/2007
In such scenario when its time to reach Microsoft Support.