Here’s a list of content that the team has been hard at work on delivering this summer:
Deploy cumulative updates (Project Server 2010) Updated with information about the June 2011 Cumulative Update.
New articles for Project Server 2010 SP1
Deploy Service Pack 1 for Project Server 2010 Describes how to deploy Microsoft Project Server 2010 with Service Pack 1 (SP1). This article provides an overview of key enhancements, deployment instructions, considerations, known issues, and links to related resources.
Updated for Project Server 2010 SP1
Hardware and software requirements (Project Server 2010), Plan browser support (Project Server 2010), and Project Server 2010 with SharePoint Server 2010 architecture (overview) Updated to include information about additional supported Web browsers for Microsoft Project Web App Team Member pages in Project Server 2010 with SP1.
Database maintenance plans for Project Server 2010 Describes database maintenance recommendations for Project Server 2010.
Install and configure Project Server 2010 and Plan for deployment (Project Server 2010) Updated to specify that Project Server 2010 is not compatible with multi-tenant environments.
Run Migration Script 7 to compare Project Server 2003 and Project Server 2007 data validation snapshots Updated to include information about the script's possibly reporting a false mismatch of task identifiers between Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 tasks.
Plan hardware architecture in Project Server 2010 Discusses the recommended hardware configurations for various Project Server 2010 dataset sizes.
Upgrade from a trial version of Project Server 2010 Describes how to upgrade your Project Server 2010 trial version to the fully licensed version.
New resource center
Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Content Pivot Viewer Use the pivot viewer to browse a complete collection of articles, white papers, training videos, and models for EPM in Project Server 2010. Pivot on content by lifecycle, solution area, or content type.
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