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Microsoft Project Server 2013 is a SharePoint application that allows project managers to publish their projects from Microsoft Project Professional to a centralized database where project, task and resource information can be shared with executive management, resource managers, project resource team members and other project managers. This role based software has a simplified, non-technical interface that allows the Project Server Administrator to add users, set security permissions and modify the look and feel of Project Server without requiring the technical background of a SharePoint programmer or database manager.
This instructor led, 2-day Microsoft Project Server Administrator training course will teach the student how to change the settings and features of the organization's Project Server installation to support the project management processes that are intended to be used by their organization. The course will also teach the non-technical functions for supporting the day to day operation of Project Server. Note: (On Premise Only) means that you will be using a project server that belongs to your organization within the company domain and have full access to Project Server and SharePoint Central Administration controls.
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- Course Outline
- PWA Security
- User and Resource Management
- SharePoint Permissions Mode
- Security Groups
- Assigning Permissions
- Project Server Permissions Mode
- Customizing Groups
- Managing Categories
- Security Templates
- Managing Delegation
- Configuring Enterprise Options
- Enterprise Data Fields
- Custom Fields
- Lookup Tables
- Graphical Indicators
- Enterprise Calendars
- Time and Task Management Options
- Timesheet Options
- Line Classifications
- Administrative Time
- Task Options
- Fiscal Periods
- Customizing Views
- Creating View
- Enterprise Data Fields
- Server Options
- Alerts and Reminders
- Queue Management
- Queue Settings
- Managing Jobs
- OLAP Databases
- Working with Projects and MS Project
- Enterprise templates
- Managing Project Site Provisioning and Sites
- Converting Enterprise Project Types
- Managing Security
- Project Workflows and Governance
- Understanding Enterprise Project Types
- Working with Phases and Stages
- Creating Project Detail Pages
- Creating Site Templates
- Creating Project Templates
- Building Workflows
- Resource and Assignment Planning
- Enterprise Resource Concepts
- Creating Resources
- Resource sync
- Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS)
- Reporting and Business Intelligence
- What Is BI?
- Available Data in Project Server
- What is OLAP?
- Excel and Excel Services
- The BI Center and Sample Reports
- Creating Reports
- Visual Reports in Microsoft Project 2013
- PWA Security
- Who should attend
This course is geared towards those individuals within your organization who will plan the deployment of SharePoint and Project Server 2013 and who may need a better understanding of the day-to-day Project Server administrative tasks that are available in Project Web App. The Project Server Administrator should be familiar with the principals of project management and Microsoft Project. In this position the Project Server Administrator will be responding to requests by executive management, business representative, project managers or the Project Management Office (PMO) for project information, resource information and views.
Some specific job roles include:
- Project Server Administrators- Those individuals who will have administrative privileges for Project Server and will perform the duties required to configure and maintain Project Server
- Project Management Office (PMO)- Those individuals who help to define and maintain project management standards and practices throughout the organization.
- Active Directory Administrators- Those individuals responsible for setting up individual email accounts and security groups in the Active Directory service that will be mapped to the Project Server Enterprise Resource Pool and Project Server security groups.
- SharePoint Server Farm Administrators- Those individuals responsible for administering the SharePoint Server Central Administration web site and ensuring that Project Server 2013 features and functionality are available.
Understanding of Project Management and Microsoft Project is helpful but not required.