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How to Share Calendars with your Project Managers using Microsoft Project

Posted on November 01, 2013 by

How many times has this happen to you?

  • Project managers forgetting to add bank holidays (statutory holidays) in their project schedules
  • Getting the wrong dates for specific bank holidays
  • Needing to make sure that your PM Team are all operating on the same set of calendars

Short of deploying Microsoft Project Server, there is another way…

You will need to complete this in 3 steps

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How to Add Holidays to your Project Calendars: aka: Setting Non-Working Days

Posted on October 31, 2013 by

Non-working time is defined as days where no work will be performed. Non-working time can include days such as; stat holidays, training days, company shutdowns, summer hours, etc.

Adding non-working days and times to the project calendar will prevent tasks from being scheduled on these days. They will be included with your standard project calendar as created exceptions.

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Microsoft Project Server 2010 Category & Global Permission GUIDs

Posted on July 31, 2012 by

Have you ever attempted an PWA operation as a non-administrator and received an error message like the following:



But the million dollar question is:
What is global permission 85993afd-5430-4c0e-bdcf-12e013fa0b1e ?

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