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Levels of access with project

Levels of access with project

Levels of access with project

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We are going through Microsoft Project training and are ready to buy the 2002 version. What type of setup should we consider purchasing? We would like something that can be installed on our server and have two user stations both with full access to every aspect of the program. Is this possible? I don't understand this network business to well (I leave that to our computer guy but he does not know project) but I know what I want to accomplish.

RE: Levels of access with project

It really depends on how many people need access to Project and what they intend to do.  At our place, every engineer and lead responsible for tasks or efforts have access to Project, sine they need to update their status every week and report earned value every month.

Your network license would be set up for some statistically plausible number of simultaneous users.  In our case, all users can simultaneously use their copy, since they were all installed locally.

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