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  • Blog Post: Trial versions of Project Professional and Server 2007 are live (updated)

    The Office Project Server 2007 & Office Project Professional 2007 Trials are now live . You can begin the experience at: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/eval/default.mspx Upon completion of this experience, you will have downloaded CD images and received product keys for each...
  • Blog Post: Adding a new SSP Admin account to manage the SSP features

    What happens when the person who installed and configured your MOSS or EPM solution is not there, and you need to access the SSP admin pages ?You get an access error. By default only the setup account that was used to create the SSP (also know as farms's shared service), is allowed to access the SSP...
  • Blog Post: Controlling your admin content database name (or avoiding having a GUID in its name)

    I am often asked, how to control the name of the admin content databases when you install and configure Project Server 2007 or MOSS. The databases are not automatically created when you install the product. The installation just install the binaries. You then need to configure the product using the...
  • Blog Post: Why use SQL 2005 SP2 with Project Server 2007: Reporting Services Add-in

    The SQL 2005 SP2 has just been out for a couple of weeks now.. It brings a nice new feature in terms of reporting: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Technologies: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=1E53F882-0C16-4847-B331-132274AE8C84&displaylang...
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