I wish it was that simple. We have another installation that works fine, and
this is a new install. These are both clean 2007 installs, using Windows
Authentication. I'm an administrator (actually have given myself all
groups), and have not changed anything in security anywhere. Two other
users, one with only admin and another with PM, have the same problem.
Everything is correct in the MSProjectPro side with the account and URL.
We're able to connect and operate everything fine with PWA - it's just the
connection withProjectPro that gives problems.
The only differences between the one that works and the one that doesn't, is
the new one is in a different server area, and that it has SP1 installed
while the old one does not.
Is there an SP1 that is required for the desktop for it to work? Any other
Post by MHS70
I'm having the same problem. Did you find a solution yet?
Post by Angie
I just loaded both the Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0 SP1 and 2007 MS Office
Servers SP1 (ProjectServer) in my test environment. I can open the PWA site
and all web sites, but I cannot openprojectfrom aProjectPro 2007 client
workstation using my previousprojectserver account setups.
I get the followingerrormessage...
Server encountered a problem with thiserrorcode:42.
Could notloadProject. Please try after some time. If the problem persists,
contact your system administrator.
The only option is to click ok through thiserror.
Then this message appears " Could not retrieve enterprise global template.
There seems to be a problem with the database, contact your server
Any ideas? Is this a permissions issue? Any ideas on what to research on the
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Don't panic - it's not a database issue - it's definitely a
permissions issue. I've gone through this before, but don't have the
time to replicate, so my instructions may not be perfect...
First off, you can't use 2003 account informaiton since 2003 used a
proprietary authentication scheme and 2007 uses Windows login scheme-
however you are logged into your PC, that is the informaiton passed
along from 2007 Client to 2007 Server.
With that said, first, I would use PWA and go to "Server Settings" and
"Manage Users" and make sure that the authentication you have selected
is Windows. While you're there, make sure the bare minimum are
"allow"ed, such as "Log on toProjectServer fromProject
Professional", and "OpenProject", etc.
Then, on the client end of things, go to Start->Programs->Microsoft
Office->Microsoft Tools->Microsoft OfficeProject2007 Server
Accounts. Make sure the URL is correct.
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