Many of you have given us feedback over the years that you enjoy having role guides in the EPM community much like what we had for the Project Server 2003 release. Well we’ve answered the call and created a Project Server 2010 Administrator’s Guide which has been published and gone live today. You can now download the guide here: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=212383
We are currently planning more role guides, so please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any feedback you may have. If you like this role guide, please let us know so we know we’re on the right track by creating more.
Watch this space for more info as we make hard copies of the guide available for purchase, along with announcing new guides.
Thank you all,
Robert Hoover, PMP
thumbs up for the great job.
definitely looking for more roles guide to come.
i will also spread the word through my blog about the existence of the guide.
Very good, will help get Project Server more efficiently organized.
Looking forward for more guides from Microsoft, very welcomed.
Thanks for creating the guide. Tweeted about it to share
Many thanks to team.
I'm interested in Project Server 2010. It's enjoyable products.
Thank you for the adminstrator guide, it was a BIG help!
This is very nice article It helped me a lot to learn about the project administration like me who does not have a capable of to performed. thank you so much. Great article keep going.
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Role guides have become an essential resource for training organizations. I am desperately looking for Project Managers guide.
Thanks to team.
I have read the book and started using it.
Is there anyway i can stop users to fill time sheet on non-working days ?