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Microsoft Project Server 2019/365

This Microsoft Project Server training course is intended for Administrators, Systems Engineers, PMO Managers, Project Managers, Consultants and other people who are responsible for implementing and managing a Microsoft EPM Solution using Project Server 2016/2019 in medium to very large computer environments using the Microsoft Windows Server 2016/2019 operating system.

Who should attend this course?

Project manager, project controllers, and managers with a consulting function for the PMO, PMO assistants and Microsoft Project Server administrators.


Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 200x networking, Microsoft Project Professional and knowledge of basic project management concepts.

  • Be familiar with the components in the Microsoft EPM platform
  • Understand Project Server’s enterprise project management terminology
  • Be familiar with the Enterprise Resource Pool and the Enterprise Global file
  • Describe the new features in Project Server 2016
  • Understand the EPM platform technology stack
  • Understand the Project Server 2016 installation types
  • Name the databases used by Project Server 2016 and Windows SharePoint Services
  • Describe the project communications life cycle used in Project Server 2016
  • Be familiar with Project Server 2016 team collaboration tools
  • Understand the concept of publishing with Project Server 2016
  • Acquire an overview understanding of OLAP cubes and Data Analysis views
  • Identify hardware and software requirements for a Project Server 2016 installation
  • Understand service accounts required for installation and operation
  • Configure SQL Server and Analysis Services for SharePoint Server and Project Server
  • Install SharePoint Server and Project Server
  • Create a Project Server Web App
  • Create SharePoint Service Applications Manually

What’s New for Project Server 2016

  • Introducing the Microsoft 2016 EPM Platform
  • Applying EPM Terminology to Project Server
  • Understanding Project Server Terminology
  • Enterprise Project
  • Enterprise Resource
  • Check In and Check Out
  • Portfolio Analyses
  • Portfolio Analysis
  • Enterprise Resource Pool Overview
  • Enterprise Global Overview
  • Understanding the EPM Platform Technology Stack
  • Project Server Installation Types
  • Understanding Project Server Physical Environments
  • Understanding Databases in the Enterprise
  • Understanding the Project Communications Lifecycle
  • Collaboration and Management Tools Overview

Installing Project Server 2016

  • Installing Project Server 2016 Overview
  • Preparing to Install SharePoint Server and Project Server 2016
  • Meet or Exceed Minimum Hardware Requirements
  • Meet or Exceed Minimum Software Requirements
  • Application Server Requirements
  • SQL Server Requirements
  • Desktop Requirements
  • Prepare the Security Environment
  • Create Service Accounts
  • Create Domain Global Groups for Reporting
  • Prepare SQL Server for SharePoint Server and Project Server
  • Configure SQL Network Settings for SQL Server 2008 (SQL 2005 users skip to next section)
  • Configure SQL Network Settings for SQL Server 2005
  • Add a SQL Server Login for the Farm Administrator Account
  • Enable the Common Language Runtime
  • Set SQL Server Database Collation
  • Prepare SQL Server Analysis Services for Project Server
  • Prepare Your Server for Project Server Installation
  • Configure Proxy Server Bypass
  • Disable Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Settings
  • Add the Farm Administrator Role Account to the Local Admin Group
  • Installing SharePoint Server 2016 and Project Server 2013
  • Install Software Prerequisites
  • Install SharePoint Server 2016 Software
  • Install Project Server 2016
  • Run SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard
  • Configure Your SharePoint Farm
  • Select Services and Create a Site Collection
  • Set Read Permissions on the New Site
  • Create a Project Server 2016 Web App
  • Creating a Service Application Manually
  • Upgrading and Migrating to Microsoft Project Server 2016
  • Non-Technical Considerations for Upgrading
  • Technical Considerations for Upgrading
  • Planning for Project Client Co-existence
  • Relinking Project Workspaces in the VME
  • Relinking Project Sites in Project Server 2016
  • Migrating Project Portfolio Server 2013 to Project Server 2016

Time permitting the following will also be covered:

  • Post-Installation Configuration


Practical information


3 Days




€1200,00 + 21% VAT


Classroom Courses


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Sessions in Dutch
08/2 - 10/2Book
19/4 - 21/4Book
07/6 - 09/6Book
09/8 - 11/8Book
11/10 - 13/10Book
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25/1 - 27/1Book
22/3 - 24/3Book
22/5 - 24/5Book
26/7 - 28/7Book
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