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  • Blog Post: Project Lite: Without Project Online it is as much use as a chocolate teapot

    Hopefully the title got your attention! The Project Lite license is a great addition to the Office 365 product portfolio and reduces the cost considerably for Project Online customers who have a lot of team members. but it is only of any use if you have Project Online. I wanted to dispel a couple of...
  • Blog Post: Project Online–a couple of posts over on Project Support

    Just in case you see this blog but haven’t subscribed to the feed for the Project Support blog on TechNet I thought I’d mention a couple of recent posts. Project Online- Demonstration package for OData and SSIS covers a new sample package to help with Project Online reporting that shows how to pull time...
  • Blog Post: Project Cumulative Update Webcast–back by popular demand!

    Well popular demand in project circles means a few of you asked when we would do these again – and I am happy to say there is one scheduled for June 24th 2014 at 9:00am PST! See http://ignite.office.com/webcasts/support-webcast-service-packs-cumulative-updates for the details and click here to...
  • Blog Post: Weekly Round-up: Project Online, SSIS and OData, Project Lite and a Mac reminder

    Something old, new, certainly borrowed – not sure about blue… New – Marc Boyer has just published the article Replicate Project Online Reporting Data to a SQL Server database using the OData protocol out on MSDN - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/dn720853(v=office.15).aspx with the promise...
  • Blog Post: Project Online: New project wizard

    Earlier in the year we added some great new features to help users of Project Online -  http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectsupport/archive/2014/01/22/project-online-have-you-seen-any-of-the-new-bits-we-have-added.aspx   – and we had to switch one off when we hit some issues.  We have resolved...
  • Blog Post: Great BI News for Project Online

    A double dose of Business Intelligence goodness today for Project Online users – and also applicable to Project Server 2013 – we have a new post from Marc on Creating burndown charts for Project using Power Pivot and Power Query , and some great news of the release of the SQL Server Integration...
  • Blog Post: Project Server 2013 SP1 Slipstream release–and Power BI for Office 365

    A couple of recent posts worth highlighting. The first relates to installing SharePoint 2013 and Project Server 2013 on Windows Server 2012 R2 – and the need to have the new slipstreamed install packages. I was building up a virtual farm just last week and hadn’t realized that I’d added...
  • Blog Post: Timesheet roundup–over on Project Support

    A couple of recent posts over on Project Support cover some behaviors in Project Server timesheets that can catch folk out. The first relates to deleted projects and assignments – and what then happens in the timesheet - Project Server Timesheets- What happens when I delete a project or assignment...
  • Blog Post: Losing Resources in Project Server 2013 and Project Online

    I have just made a very important posting over on the Project Support blog at Project Server 2013 and Project Online- What happened to my resources- . This posting covers a recent bug we discovered with Project Server 2013 an Project Online and now have a fix for. The symptom of this issue is that you...
  • Blog Post: Round up of the last couple of weeks in Project Land

    In case you are not subscribing to the Project Support blog – just making sure these didn’t pass you by. Project Online – Provisioning new PWA instances in languages other than English can take a little while until all is seen in the other language – and we appear to have some issues where some things...
  • Blog Post: Project Conference 2014 and Ignite Summits

    Registration is now open for the Project Conference 2014! Go to http://www.msprojectconference.com/ for full details, as well as the announcement on the Project Blog – and there are still a few days left if you want to suggest content or session ideas !  Ends September 30th!  I hope to be presenting...
  • Blog Post: Project Online: Odata error and creating projects from list items issues

    Over on the Project Support blog I just added a new post for issues with Odata giving  “The content of the data feed is not valid for an Atom feed”, and creating projects from list items giving a '”Sorry, something went wrong error.  Project Online- Using reserved custom field names breaks...
  • Blog Post: Project Server and Project Online: New posts this week

    A few new posts this week over on the Project Support blog . For the most recent I got to play with new shiny stuff – a MacBook Pro, and put it through its paces running against Project Online . The April 2013 rollup CU package for  Project Server 2013 was released (contrary to my initial posting...
  • Blog Post: New Project Online posting over on ProjectSupport

    I’ve covered off a few of the issues we see our early customers struggling with – signing up, the difference between Project Online and Project Pro for Office 365, licensing the users and sharing access to the Project Web App (PWA) – and a quick mention of trials.  Head over to Getting started with...
  • Blog Post: Project Server 2013 and Project Online: The new world of PWA Settings

    A couple of postings today over on the Project Support blog – and I split this into two to hopefully avoid confusion.  The first looks at the changes in location of Server Settings in Project Server 2013 compared to Project Server 2010 - Project Server 2013- Server Settings .  The second takes...
  • Blog Post: Project Server 2013: Managing Resources in Project Professional 2013

    A couple of cross blog references here on resource management topics – and both affect Project Online as well as the on premise installations.  Firstly an issue where you cannot open more than a certain number of resources from your Resource Center in Project Professional 2013 – blogged over on...
  • Blog Post: Project Online: Some early questions we are seeing in support

    I just published a couple of posts on the Microsoft Project Support blog over on TechNet covering a couple of issues that appear to be catching our customers out. The first is one on adding Project Online to an existing Office 365 plan that has not yet been upgraded with the recent service upgrade -...
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