New Content Published April 2011

Published the week of April 25, 2011 New resource center Time and Task Management in Project Server 2010 Visit this new resource center to get started with time and task progress tracking in . Learn how to use Microsoft Project Web App to submit time spent and progress on tasks. New article Accessing Project Web App and Project Professional from a Macintosh-based computer Describes two options for those who want to access a Project Web App site or use the Microsoft Project Professional 2010 client application from a Macintosh-based computer. Published the week of April 18, 2011 New articles Project Server 2010: A financial management solution for projects, programs and portfolios (white paper) Describes how Microsoft Project Server 2010 can be used by finance professionals as a financial management solution for their organizations' projects, programs, and portfolios. The paper was written by Arbutus Solutions. Queue (Project Server 2010 settings) This section includes the following new articles: Manage Queue Jobs (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes how to use the Manage Queue Jobs settings on the Project Web App Server Settings page. Queue Settings (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes the Queue Settings that are available on the Project Web App Server Settings page. Updated article Run Migration Script 3 to capture a Project Server 2003 data snapshot Updated to include an important note about pre-creating a blank SQL database to which the script will write results. Published the week of April 11, 2011 New blog post Creating an EPM deployment plan and Creating an EPM Deployment Plan: white paper (Project Server 2010) This white paper describes how to deploy the Enterprise Project Management solution in phases, and it includes key issues and estimated durations for each phase. The paper was written by Chris Vandersluis for the "From the Trenches" column in the Project Server 2010 Tech Center (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=208599). New articles Manage delegates (Project Server 2010 settings) This section includes the following new articles: Set up who can act as a delegate (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes how to set up user-level or group-level permissions that enable you to determine which users or groups can act as delegates for other people. Set up who can have delegates assigned to them (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes how to use categories in Project Web App to determine which users or groups can have delegates do work on their behalf. Workflow and Project Detail Pages (Project Server 2010 settings) This section includes the following new articles: Change or Restart Workflows (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes the Change or Restart Workflow section in Project Web App, which enables you to change a project's in-progress workflow or change a project's current stage in a workflow. Project Detail Pages (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes how to create a Project Detail Page (PDP), which represents a single Web Part Page in Project Web App. Project Workflow Settings (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes the Project Workflow Settings page, which designates the Workflow Proxy User account so that the Project Server Interface (PSI) calls in a workflow can be performed. Enterprise Data (Project Server 2010 settings) This section includes the following new articles: Enterprise Global (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes the Enterprise Global file and how you can make changes to it. Resource Center (Project Server 2010 settings) Links to articles that describe how to use the Resource Center in Project Web App. Edit an existing calendar (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes how you can modify the default standard enterprise calendar to account for the working and nonworking times observed by your organization. Updated articles Deploy language packs (Project Server 2010) Updated to include additional languages that are supported in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 language packs but not in Microsoft Project Server 2010 language packs. This article also describes how the June 2010 Cumulative Update can prevent Project Server 2010 upgrade issues if your SharePoint Server 2010 farm is using a language pack that is not available in Project Server 2010. Hardware and software requirements (Project Server 2010) Updated with a link to the SQL Server 2008 Analysis Management Objects (AMO) that are needed for reporting. Additionally, this article has been updated with information about Internet Explorer 9 compatibility with Project Web App. Published the week of April 4, 2011 New articles Reporting with Microsoft Project Server 2010 (white paper) Describes the various tools available for Project Server 2010 Reporting and how to use them. Workflow Stages (Project Server 2010 settings) Describes how to create a new workflow stage, which is one step in a project life cycle in Project Web App. Manage Views (Project Server 2010 settings) The articles in this section describe the different kinds of views in Project Web App and provide information about how to create, modify, copy, and delete these views. Fiscal periods (Project Server 2010 settings) The articles in this section describe how to define and delete fiscal periods. Time Reporting Periods (Project Server 2010 settings) The articles in this section describe how to set up and delete time reporting periods in Project Web App. Updated articles Plan browser support (Project Server 2010) Updated to describe Internet Explorer 9 support in Project Web App for Project Server 2010

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