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Poject Pro, Project Server and the IPad

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    I am in a qwandry. We are sucessfully using MS Project Pro and Project Server 2013 on premise. We have IPads deployed throughout our field operations due to a critical app not being compatable with anything other than IOS. Have any of you been sucessful in altering a project on an ipad and publishing to Project Server? I was thinking of making Project server accessable to the extranet but am getting a little paranoid. Any direction/suggestions pertaining to your sucesses or failures would so much be appreciated.

    Brian

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    Collin Quiring
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    Hi Brian,

    On Project Server (or Project Online) 2013 the iPad is about 98% compatible. You should have no problems with an iPad and 2013. On Project Server 2010, it depends a bit on what you are doing. There are apps that make it more easy to use but I am guessing from your question that you are having folks sign in directly with Safari (or other browser). I have used iPad with 2010 but the success of using it depends on exactly what you are trying to do. Some of the basic stuff works and some of the things that you would think would work do not because of various settings in the browser and/or the way the data is reached.

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    Ben Howard
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    But, you will not be able to use Project Pro… This is a Windows Application which only runs on Windows…

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