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Once in a while you might notice that the Project Server Queue Service is not processing any jobs and that the jobs keep piling up; a quick and easy way to restart the queue is to put the following four lines in a BAT file and launch it. You could also call it as a scheduled task once a week for instance.
@echo STOP the P12 Queuenet stop "Microsoft Office Project Server Queue Service"
@echo START the P12 Queuenet start "Microsoft Office Project Server Queue Service"
Please find below a sample script to setup Project Server 2007 using the command line (without using the WSS Central Admin pages):
To run the script below, change its extension to Stsadm_To_Configure_EPM2007.BAT and run it on the server where you are planning to configure Project Server (it assumes you have already installed the binaries, the WSS Farm has been configured and the Project Server service has been started).
The script will do the following:
To get help of STSADM command line arguments type the following:
stsadm –help actionname or stsadm –help projcreatepwainstance
The following language packs are now available for download here.Please note that these packs includes languages for the following applications: WSS, Office Server, Search, Project Server, and more ... :)
To find out how to deploy language packs for Project Server, read the following article.
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