Lately it seems like a lot of people are asking this question. As a Sr. PPM Consultant I tell people, YES you can manage projects using only SharePoint Task Lists and/or Planner, but as long as you do not need any of the following functions or features, such as:
- Hierarchical Tasks
- Recurring Tasks
- Task Dependencies
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Microsoft Certification Exam
70-348: Managing Projects and Portfolios with Microsoft PPM
The following list of resource links will help prepare you for the 70-348 exam that is based on:
|• Microsoft Project Online
|• Microsoft Project Server 2016
|• Microsoft Project 2016
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MS Exam 70-348
Objective Domain Comparison with:
Exam 74-343: Managing Projects with Project 2013
Exam 74-344: Managing Programs and Projects with Project Server 2013
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Funny thing that happened to me while doing some security testing on Project Server 2013. I was attempting to import some local resources from an .MPP file using the Import Resources to Enterprise wizard. (like I’ve done many many times before) And the weirdest thing happened…
The current view would shift over (like it always does) but the Import Resources Wizard was missing. Very Strange!!
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With the recent announcement of the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) of SharePoint/Project Server 2016 there have been many changes in both products. But one of the most significant changes in Project Server 2016 is that it is no longer a separate installation process, as it now runs as a service application only in SharePoint Server 2016 Enterprise edition. Please note you will require an activation key in order to enable Project Server 2016.
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I’ve been a Microsoft Project Server consultant and trainer since 2002. One thing that I (and my colleagues) have felt is that there appears to be no clear direction to where this software was heading. Case in point, Project Server has been married directly with SharePoint Server from a software, business and marketing stand point to this day. It originally made sense because SharePoint is used as the platform of choice for Project Server.
But when you think about it, Project Server is really a Line of Business (LOB) application. Even the definition from Wikipedia “…critical computer applications perceived as vital to running an enterprise” would suggest it.
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