Disable a Project Web App permission in Project Server 2010


Applies to: Project Server 2010

Topic Last Modified: 2012-01-19

Summary: Project Server global and category permissions can be disabled, but this action should be examined carefully before it is done.

In Microsoft Project Server 2010, thoroughly consider the effects on your organization of disabling permissions before making such a change. If the removal of the permission does not need to be applied to all users, then verify whether another approach could be used. For example, could you create a custom group and deny the permission you want to restrict instead of disabling the permission throughout the organization?

For information about how permissions work, see Permissions.

Before you perform this procedure, confirm that:

Perform the following procedure to disable a Project Web App organizational permission in Project Server 2010.

Disable a Project Web App permission
  1. On the Project Web App home page, in the Quick Launch, click Server Settings.

  2. On the Server Settings page, in the Security section, click Project Web App Permissions.

  3. On the Project Web App Permissions page, in the Available Project Web App Permissions list, clear the Enable check box next to the permission that you no longer want to make available to Project Web App users. (All Project Web App permissions are enabled by default.)

  4. Click Save.

    Enabling a previously disabled permission is simply done by selecting the Enable check box next to the permission that has been disabled.