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Installation and deployment overview for Project Server 2013

Published: July 16, 2012

Summary: Learn about the steps involved in installing Project Server 2013 in a server farm environment.

Applies to:  Project Server 2013 

This series of articles describes the steps necessary to install Project Server 2013 in a server farm environment. These steps include the following:

  • Configure SQL Server and SQL Server Analysis Services

  • Install SharePoint Server 2013

  • Install Project Server 2013

  • Create a Project Web App site

Configure SQL Server and Analysis Services

Configuring SQL Server and Analysis Services includes the following steps:

  • Configure SQL Server network settings

  • Configure Analysis Services

Install SharePoint Server 2013

Project Server 2013 requires SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise Edition. Before you can install and configure Project Server 2013, you must install SharePoint Server 2013 and create a server farm. This article guides you to the proper SharePoint Server 2013 resources to configure your server farm.

Install and configure Project Server 2013

Once you have set up a SharePoint Server 2013 server farm, you can install Project Server 2013. The Project Server 2013 software must be installed on each application server and front-end web server in the farm. Once the Project Server 2013 software is installed and configured, you must configure a Project Server service application in SharePoint Server 2013 before you can create an instance of Project Web App.

Create a Project Web App site

Once the initial Project Server 2013 configuration within SharePoint Server 2013 is completed, you can configure an instance of Project Web App.

Get started

The first step, prior to installation, is to make sure you have the needed permissions to accomplish the required tasks. For more information, see Prepare for a deployment of Project Server 2013.

Project Server forums and documentation feedback

If you have additional questions, try the Project forums. The Project forums give you the chance to have your question discussed by other participants, Project MVPs, and Project community experts.

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