Deployment for Project Server 2010
Published: May 12, 2010
This article provides links to articles about deployment.
Before installing Microsoft Project Server 2010, be sure you have reviewed the information in Planning and architecture for Project Server 2010. The Deployment section includes information about deployment scenarios, step-by-step installation instructions, and post-installation configuration steps. This section also covers information about upgrading to Project Server 2010.
In this section:
This series of articles describes the steps necessary to install Microsoft Project Server 2010 in a server farm environment. This includes installing and configuring Project Server, creating a Microsoft Project Web App site, and configuring reporting.
This page links to a downloadable white paper about testing a newly deployed Project Server 2010 instance.
This series of articles describes deploying a test installation of Microsoft Project Server 2010 in a virtual environment. The purpose of this series is as follows:
Microsoft Project Server 2010 can be installed in a stand-alone configuration that uses Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express. This configuration is useful for demonstration, but should not be used for a production environment.
Microsoft Project Server 2010 language packs enable Project Server 2010 users to view Microsoft Project Web App and project sites in multiple languages without requiring separate installations of Project Server 2010.
These articles describe how to configure integration with Exchange Server, enabling Microsoft Project Server 2010 users to view Project Server tasks in Microsoft Outlook.
This book excerpt is from Implementing and Administering Microsoft Project Server 2010, published in 2010 by MSProjectExperts, a Microsoft EPM solution consultancy.
This section of the Microsoft Project Server documentation covers the process of upgrading to Project Server 2010.
May 12, 2010