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SPD Workflow – Approval Task Email Notification with link to Edit Task Form

Posted By Posted by: Irfan Rizvi on August 10, 2017

We recently received a request from a customer relating to their governance workflow, in this case, the SPD Project Server 2013 workflow. When an approval task is assigned to a user, the customer wants a generated user email notification with a link to the task’s edit form instead of the display form (the default behaviour). This

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Adding comma ‘,’ in text lookup entry on Project Server lookup tables

Posted By Posted by: Irfan Rizvi on August 4, 2017

In Project Server / Project Online lookup tables, if you add a text lookup entry which contains a comma ‘,’ as such: A validation message will appear on Project Server to say:   The lookup table values cannot contain the server list separator ‘,’ because, in multiple value fields, the entries are separated by a

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PMO Sydney Seminar: Setting Up PMO from Below Zero

Posted By Posted by: Lysa Le on July 27, 2017

We thank everyone who attended and participated in the PMO Sydney Seminar last Thu 20 July, in Sydney. The seminar was hosted by Sandra Arps (PMO Guru) with topic brought by Amireh Amirmazaheri (PMO Solutions). We hope the topic: Setting Up PMO from Below Zero, brings valuable and useful information for all of you in

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Resource Engagement using Team Planner

Posted By Posted by: Derek Halawa on July 26, 2017

Resource Management is one of the most challenging aspects for Enterprise PMOs. This is partly because it falls on the borderline between projects and operations (BAU). Effective management relies on collaboration through mature processes and tools. The size of the resource pool, the spread of skills across departments, and the constant change in demand on

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How-To Publish all projects in Project Online using PowerShell

Posted By Posted by: Hammad Arif on July 12, 2017

I was looking for a PowerShell script to publish all projects in a Project Online instance but surprisingly (or due to lack of correct Google terms) couldn’t find one. So I ended up writing one myself and uploading it on TechNet for the rest of the world. You can directly download the script from this link: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Publish-All-Projects-in-ad8ee80e/file/174745/1/Publish_All_Projects_ProjectOnline.ps1


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How-To Delete the Web Part from Page Using PowerShell Scripts for the Existing Projects Sites

Posted By Posted by: Ahmed Taee on June 22, 2017

Sometimes we are required to delete the web part from an existing project’s site. In this blog, I will guide you step-by-step on how to delete the web part using a PowerShell script: Run an SQL query to get the list of the projects and their URL SELECT [ProjectName] ,[ProjectWorkspaceInternalHRef] FROM [MSP_EpmProject_UserView] Copy the results with

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