Microsoft Project Server 2010 Introduction


Certificate Series Directory

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“Essentials” Series by Version:

Microsoft Project 2003/2007 Essentials
Microsoft Project 2010 Essentials
Microsoft Project 2010 Desktop Essentials
Microsoft Project Server 2010 Introduction
Microsoft Project 2013 & Project Online Essentials
The Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Project
Microsoft® Project 2016 Essentials

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Reporting & Scheduling Series:

Microsoft Project 2010 Scheduling Essentials
Microsoft Project 2010/2013 Proactive Scheduling
Microsoft Project 2007/2010 Reporting Essentials
Microsoft Project 2010/2013 Reporting Essentials
Forecast Scheduling with Project 2013
Scheduling with Microsoft Project

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Other Series:

Managing Projects with SharePoint
Project Portfolio Management Essentials
Managing a Resource-Constrained Project
Project Online & Project Server 2013 Workflows
Beyond Macros – Customizing Microsoft Project for Non-Techies

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Microsoft Project Server 2010 Introduction

Session 1

  • What Is Project Server 2010?
  • Why Would I Need It?
  • EPM Terminology And Definitions
  • A tour of the home page, Projects, Project Sites, Resources, and My Work
  • Create A Project In Project Pro: Select Type and Task Creation
  • Create Resources From the Enterprise Resource Pool; Check Availability From Project Professional
  • Assign Resources
  • Save And Publish View Project In Project Center
  • Q&A

Session 2

  • Create a Project In PWA – Show Options, Staff Project, Save And Publish
  • Filtering And Grouping in the Project Center
  • Filtering And Grouping in the Resource Center
  • Evaluate Current Assignments from the Resource Center
  • Evaluate Availability from the Resource Center
  • Enter Task Progress in My Work
  • Walk Through Task Updating And Republishing The Project
  • View The Project Status In The Project Center

Session 3

  • Deeper Dive Into The Project Sites: issues, risks, documents, workflow summary
  • Departments
  • Project Types
  • Project Detail Pages (PDPS)
  • Start/Reset a Workflow
  • Overview of Portfolio Server
  • Q&A

Recordings

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