Tuesday, February 17, 2004


Microsoft Project: You are attempting to publish a non-enterprise project

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A non-enterprise project is any project that is not saved in the Project
Server database because you were not logged into Project Server when you
created it. To solve this problem, please do the following:

1. Open Microsoft Project 2002
2. Click Tools - Enterprise Options - Microsoft Project Server Accounts

In the dialog box, there is a "Current Account" setting just below the
Add... button. If the "Current Account" setting says "My Computer", then
you are NOT logged into Project Server. If this is the case, click the
Add... button, then create and test the new account, and then set the
account as the Default account.

3. In the lower left corner of the dialog box, click the "Manually control
connection state" option
4. Click the OK button
5. Close Microsoft Project 2002, then relaunch the software
6. When prompted, select your correct user account (not the My Computer
account) and then click the Connect button

Once you are logged in to the Project Server through Microsoft Project 2002,
you will now need to import your project to the Project Server database
using the Import Wizard. To do this, click Tools - Enterprise Options -
Import Project to Enterprise. Follow each of the steps in the wizard to
save the project in the Project Server database, then you can publish it.

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