This series of articles describes procedures and best practices for backing up and restoring Office Project Server 2007 using SQL Server tools.
This article describes how to install Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 cumulative updates.
This series of articles describes best practices for planning a disaster recovery solution for Microsoft Office Project Server 2007. It has been updated to include specific guidance about when to use SQL Server tools and when to use SharePoint Products and Technologies tools.
This article provides planning guidance for fault tolerance and availability in a Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 deployment.
This article describes the process for building OLAP cubes and available cubes. It has been updated to provide further guidance and best practices around using the cubes.
The entire library for Office Project Server 2007 is now available as a downloadable .chm file. This download includes all content in the library as of November 6 2008. This download will be updated monthly.
This article describes the accounts required for a Office Project Server 2007 deployment. It has been updated to specify that service accounts require permission to log on interactively on the computers running the service in question.
This article describes how to deploy Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 in a farm environment. It has been updated to reflect the fact that SQL Server connections over named pipes are not required for Office Project Server 2007.
This just came in from Toney Sisk, a writer in the Project IW team:
If you are a project manager who wants to create a project using Project Server 2007, you have two ways of connecting to it. You can connect directly using a Web browser and a URL given to you by an administrator, or you can connect through Project Professional 2007 on your desktop, which is explained explain in this video.