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Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010 Analyst Boot Camp


Course Overview

Project Server implementers taking this intensive 5-day hands-on course learn how to properly identify and document requirements, configure and maintain Project Server 2010 using both Project Professional 2010 and the Project Web App interface, and successfully roll out Project Server within the organization. Administrators also learn how to manage the integration points between Project Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010, as well as how to configure project collaboration sites and business intelligence features. Learn from instructors who have real-world experience in deploying Project Server across many industries.

Target Audience

We have designed the course for non-technical Project Server analysts, and we tailored it to the business application owner who serves as the organizations primary or backup business application administrator. Although having an IT background knowledge base is helpful, it is not a requirement for students to be able to master the content in this course. As there should be a minimum of two Administrators per Project Server Instance, you may want to attend this course with a colleague

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand Project Server terminology and core system components
  • Describe the project communication life cycle used with Project Server
  • Understand the administration interface in Project Web App
  • Create a Project Server login account in Project Professional 2010
  • Configure custom enterprise fields, Lookup Tables, and calendars
  • Configure the Project Server demand and lifecycle management features and understand how they are used in an overall Portfolio Management process
  • Add resources to the Enterprise Resource Pool
  • Specify the initial configuration options for Project Server
  • Configure time and task tracking settings
  • Configure Project Server security using Groups and Categories
  • Import enterprise templates and existing projects into Project Server
  • Build OLAP Cube and resource availability information
  • Create custom views in both Project Web App and Project Professional 2010
  • Manage Microsoft SharePoint Server and Project Sites
  • Modify Project Web App pages and create new Project Site templates
  • Configure Business Intelligence features and build custom Excel-based reports and interactive dashboards
  • Manage the Project Server database, including checking in and backing up projects, and cleaning up the Project Server database
  • Understand organizational challenges to implementing EPM
  • Understand necessary change management commitments
  • Understand how EPM deployments can psychologically influence your user audience
  • Understand a best practice approach to deploying Microsoft EPM
  • Follow the recommended six-phase Project Server implementation model
  • Use a provided template to organize Project Server implementation information

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Although you are not required to take any other courses before taking this course, we strongly recommend that every Project Server administrator take the Managing Projects from Foundation to Enterprises using Microsoft Project Server 2010 course to learn how an organization actually uses Project Server 2010.

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