Reactivate a user account in Project Server 2013
Applies to: Project Server 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Summary: Reactivate deactivated user accounts by using the Manage Users page in Project Web App Settings.
After you deactivate a user account, you may need to reactivate it at some later time. Because the user information still exists in the Project Server 2013 database, you simply need to change the account status from Inactive to Active.
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Before you begin this operation, review the following information about prerequisites:
You must have access to Project Web App.
Important: The Manage users and groups global permission in Project Web App is required to complete this procedure.
Use this procedure to reactivate a deactivated Project Web App user account. After you have performed this procedure, the reactivated account is able to access Project Web App.To reactivate a user account
On the Project Web App home page, on the Settings menu, click Project Web App Settings.
On the Server Settings page, in the Security section, click Manage Users.
On the Manage Users page, in the Users list, find the user account you want to reactivate. (You can use the Search box to search for a specific user.) Click the user name of the account.
On the Edit User page for the selected user, in the Identification Information section, select Active from the Account Status drop-down list.