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Project Server 2010 cmdlets

 

Applies to: Project Server 2010

Topic Last Modified: 2011-07-14

You can use Windows PowerShell cmdlets to create and configure a Microsoft Project Server Service application, create and configure a Microsoft Project Web App (PWA) instance, and create and configure Project Server permissions.

Microsoft Project Server is a project management tool that you can use to manage projects more efficiently and effectively. You can stay informed; control project work, schedules, and finances; keep project teams aligned; and be more productive through integration with familiar Microsoft Office system programs.

New features in Microsoft Project Server 2010 include more closely integrated project and portfolio management capabilities, better and more scalable collaboration for both small teams and enterprises, and the ability to extended platform and integration with related Microsoft technologies.

 

Cmdlet name Description

Get-SPProjectWebInstance

Returns an instance of a Project Server Service application.

New-SPProjectServiceApplication

Creates a new Project Server Service application.

New-SPProjectServiceApplicationProxy

Creates a proxy for a Project Server Service application.

New-SPProjectSiteAdministrator

Creates a Microsoft Project Server 2010 administrator account for the requested user.

New-SPProjectWebInstance

Creates a new instance of a Project Server Service application.

Remove-SPProjectSiteAdministrator

Removes an account from a Microsoft Project Web App (PWA) instance.

Remove-SPProjectWebInstance

Deletes an instance of a Project Server Service application.

Set-SPProjectServiceApplication

Sets properties of a Project Server Service application.

Set-SPProjectWebInstance

Sets the properties of an instance of a Project Server Service application.

Upgrade-SPProjectWebInstance

Upgrades a single Project Web App site.

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