Author: Martin Laukkanen

As a technology specialist with over a decade of experience consulting, deploying and supporting Microsoft technology focusing on the SharePoint and specifically Project Server software Martin has an extensive experience both consulting and supporting all facets of the industry. Currently Martin consults at EPM Partners for some of the largest Project Server customers in the Asia-Pacific region, which has seen him deploying the largest Project Server 2010 deployment in the Asia-Pacific region in 2010. As well as designing and deploying the regions' first Project Server in-the-cloud product. That experience combined with his time spent working with Microsoft Premier Support in the UK has given him experience working with SharePoint and Project Server in all industries and in countries from Sweden to South Africa, and from Hong Kong to Australia. Martin's focus is on using software intelligently to solve every day business challenges and to empower information workers with the tools and skills they need.

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Enterprise Project Type Icons You Didn’t Know You Had

One thing I always have to search for when creating a new EPT is the appropriate icon to use. I have discovered and used some of the out-of-the-box icons that can be found in any default Project Server 2010 installation, so I thought that I might share them here. There is in fact a long list of icons available, which I have included below (forgive me copyright gods in MS!). To use one of these icons, just update the image URL under Server Settings –> Enterprise Project Types. For example, to update the default Sample Proposal with any of the icons below, simply modify the image URL under: For a Master Project icon (taken from the image below), replace the URL above with the following: /_layouts/inc/pwa/images/CenterMasterProject.png Full list of icons (16×16 size only):