Applies to: Project Server 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Disables Timer Job execution of the Active Directory Enterprise Resource Pool synchronization.
Active Directory Enterprise Resource Pool synchronization is used to create or update multiple Project Server enterprise resources at the same time. Project Server enterprise resources can also be automatically activated and deactivated based on group membership in the Active Directory directory service. For example, new employees in your department can automatically be added as Project Server enterprise resources as long as they are in the Active Directory group selected for synchronization. Conversely, employees who are removed from the Active Directory group have their Project Server accounts deactivated upon synchronization.
Enterprise Resource Pool synchronization also updates enterprise resource properties with the most current data from Active Directory. For example, an employee's name and e-mail address may change because of marriage. As long as the change is made in Active Directory and the user is in the linked group, the change occurs in the user's Enterprise Resource properties when synchronization occurs.
The Enterprise Resource Pool can be mapped to a single Active Directory group for synchronization. However, this Active Directory group can contain nested groups whose members are also synchronized.
The following actions can occur during the Enterprise Resource Pool synchronization process:
- A new Project Server 2013 enterprise resource and corresponding user account can be created based on an Active Directory account.
- An active Project Server resource/user account can be deactivated.
- An existing Project Server user account's metadata (for example, name, e-mail address, and so on) can be updated if it has changed in Active Directory.
- A previously inactive Project Server resource/user account can be reactivated.
Specifies the URL of the Project Web App (PWA) instance to disable Active Directory Enterprise Resource Sync.
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This example disables Timer Job execution of the Active Directory Enterprise Resource Pool synchronization on http://localhost/pwa.