Archive for September, 2006

Backing Up and Restoring Web WSS Sites

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006

Backing Up and Restoring Web Sites Created with Windows SharePoint Services

EPM Job MS Project Server Administrator

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006

Job Title:          MS Project Server Administrator

Position Type:   Contract

Company Name: Fortune 100 company in IL

Location:          Chicago, IL

Salary:              Attractive (based on experience)

Experience:       2 year


Job Description:          

Duration:  6 months, most likely will extend for another 6 or 12 months.


  • "low-to-mid" level position that will perform day to day MS Project Server administration.
  • The position will require previous experience performing the responsibilities of the position.
  • Add/Change/Delete Users and User
  • EGT Security(Enterprise Global Template)
  • ERP Maintenance (Enterprise Resource Pool)
  • Maintenance MS Project Server Views
  • Development & Maintenance MS Project & MS Project Server – Development & Production Servers
  • End User Support: Basic troubleshooting and problem solving


Job Requirements:      


  • MS Project Server 2003 EPM
  • MS Project Professional
  • Project Web Access Administration
  • OLAP Cube
  • Views: Project Center, Resource Center, Portfolio Views
  • Enterprise Resource Management
  • Enterprise Global Template management
  • Custom Fields / Outline Codes


  • Citrix
  • IIS
  • SQL 2000, Queries
  • Sharepoint
  • Documentum
  • Excel
  • Mentoring


Contact Email:  Send Your Resume

Contact Instructions: Please send your resumes & salary requirements ASAP.

Start Date:    ASAP

SQL Server 2000 Backup and Restore

Tuesday, September 12th, 2006

Mastering Enterprise Global Template

Saturday, September 9th, 2006

Enterprise Global Template (EGT) allows you to standardize few things in Project Server. With a little planning, you can configure enterprise wide settings like Project Professional views, reports, toolbars, menus, filters etc. From that point all Project Professional users (PMs / RMs) would be able to use those features.

To manage EGT you need to know not only how to configure it but also how it works & how best to use it. Understanding how EGT and Global template (local file) is also important in some scenarios. On the same note, working with Tools > organizer to copy items is also good to know.

Check these articles on EGT:

About the enterprise global template

How templates are used in Microsoft Office Project 2003

Open the enterprise global template for editing

Working with the Enterprise Global Template (Application Configuration Guide)