In this article Summary: Applies to: It is included as part of the SharePoint Server or SharePoint Server Enterprise installation, though it is licensed separately. This article describes configuring Project Servers or , including provisioning the Project Server Service Application.
Be sure you have installed SharePoint Server or before starting the procedures in this article. Also, be sure that the State Service is running on your SharePoint farm. Configure Project Servers or Project Servers and requires a license in order to operate, and you must enable Project Servers or by using your license key before you can create a Project Web App site.
Note To enable the license key is only available by using a Microsoft Powershell cmdlet. If you're not sure if Project Server or has already been enabled, use the Get-ProjectServerLicense cmdlet to check. Verify that you have the following memberships: From the Powershell command prompt, type the following syntax to enable Project Server or Check the service applications list for a Project Server Service Application. Otherwise, the first step in creating a Project Server Service Application is to register a managed account.
For this, you'll need a domain account that you can use to run the application pool for the Project Server Service Application. To register a managed account On the Central Administration home page, in the left navigation, click Security. On the Security page, in the General Security section, click Configure managed accounts. Type the user name and password of the domain account that you are registering. Optionally, select the Enable automatic password change check box if you want SharePoint Server to manage password changes for this account.
Click OK. After the application pool account has been registered with SharePoint Server, the next step is to create the Project Server service application. Use the following procedure to create the service application. To create a Project Server service application On the Central Administration home page, in the Application Management section, click Manage service applications. On the Create Project Web App service application page: Type a name for the service application in the Project Web App service application name box.
In the Application Pool section, type the name of the application pool you want to create in the Application pool name box. Select the Configurable option, and choose the managed account that you want to use to run the application pool. The next step is to determine how you want to deploy Project Web App.
Go to the next article, Deploy Project Web App. See also.
Jan 31, · The organization using Project Server needs a CAL (Client Access License) for each user who will be accessing data (usually through PWA) on the Project Server. Project managers using Project Professional already have a CAL and I believe most . Nov 17, · We are using MSPS Aug CU. We have a process for all users to obtain a Project server CAL to use PWA, before they can start using PWA. However, I would like to do an audit of all users to check who has a CAL and who does not. How can I do that? any ideas? · And remember, Project Professional includes a CAL, hence why it is reported separately above. With Project Server , access PWA with Project Professional or a client access license (CAL). Microsoft Project & Portfolio Management Partners. Microsoft Project & Portfolio Management Partners have proven expertise in implementing and extending Project. Connect with a participating partner who can help determine your requirements and.
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