Effective project and resource management requires an enterprise system for storing, sharing, and publishing project data. Enter Microsoft Project Server. Here John Riopel shows you how to configure Project Server to suit the needs of your organization—from setting up security to customizing the look and feel of the interface—and how to manage the way this robust tool captures data, manages tasks, displays views, and creates workflows. By the end of this course, network administrators, even those with minimal SharePoint or database programming experience, will be able to set up project and portfolio management with Microsoft Project Server.
Managing users, groups, permissions, and categories
Working with enterprise custom fields and lookup tables
Working with enterprise calendars
Managing enterprise objects
Adjusting time and task settings
Changing and restarting workflows