April 26, 2010 by
First of all a Big Kudos go out to the Project 2010 product team for building and making the Microsoft Project Server 2010 – Virtual Machine publicly available. If you haven’t downloaded the virtual machine image yet, here’s where you can get it:
Now the really nice thing about this VM image is that it’s already preconfigured and ready to go and comes with a VERY detailed demo script that covers a lot material. Let’s fast forward a bit… You’ve gone through the demo script and really like all the new features, heck you might even be asked to do your own demo for your fellow colleagues or God-forbid, the Management Team or Executives.
But the good news is they like it too and all agree that you need to do a “Proof-of-Concept” or “Pilot” for the organization, but obviously you won’t be able to use the pre-configured Contoso PWA instance as it won’t be the same configuration as your organization.
So what are your options?
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April 22, 2010 by
I guess I was like every other Microsoft Geek today and started downloading SharePoint Server 2010, Office Professional 2010, Visio 2010 and Project 2010 from my Microsoft TechNet Plus account.
But alas, SharePoint Foundation Server 2010 (replacement for WSS 3.0) and SharePoint Designer 2010 could not be found on TechNet. You remember, those are the FREEBIES from Microsoft. So I get a tweet from my buddy Ivor from Ontario that they were located at the Microsoft Downloads site.
And sure enough here they are:
Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010
Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 (64-bit)
Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 (32-bit)
April 16, 2010 by
So here’s a couple of good questions for my geek friends out there…
1. How many of you went to your Microsoft TechNet Subscriber account to get the latest and greatest Office Professional Plus 2010 OR Project 2010 OR Visio 2010 today?�
I’m sure quite a lot, if not all of you did
2. Now many of you immediately went and downloaded the 64 bit version?�
After all, your computer’s operating system is probably Windows 7 64 bit right?
3. Did you get a chance to read the View Details, before clicking the Download link?
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April 16, 2010 by
April 15, 2010 by
I just been asked (and I accepted) to co-present at Microsoft Tech·Ed 2010, from June 7-10, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
I have the great pleasure to be co-presenting with Christophe Fiessinger, Sr. Technical Product Manager with the Microsoft Project product group in Redmond, WA.
Together we’ll be presenting the following session:
OSP303 | Deploying and Upgrading to Microsoft Project Server 2010
This session provides an overview on how to deploy a Project Server 2010 Farm. Specific topics discussed includes upgrading and migrating from prior version (2007 and 2003), how to architect and configure Project Server within the context of a SharePoint Server 2010 Farm, capacity planning, and more.
Hope we see you there!
April 11, 2010 by
I was just accepted as a speaker for the MCT Live Summit 2010 conference on August 25-27 in York, UK. Conference information and registration is can be viewed at: http://mctsummit.eu
You can follow the MCT Live Summit 2010 on:
Here’s my session outline:
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April 04, 2010 by