Project 2010 Group Policy Settings Explained

A article discussing the Project 2010 DESKTOP policy settings is published "With Project 2010, people wondering how to restrict or configure functionality of Project administratively. Office 2010 Group Policy Administrative templates outline various settings of Office that can be configured via Group Policy so organisations can centrally "configure" aspects of Office 2010 for their users. […]

A article discussing the Project 2010 DESKTOP policy settings is published "With Project 2010, people wondering how to restrict or configure functionality of Project administratively. Office 2010 Group Policy Administrative templates outline various settings of Office that can be configured via Group Policy so organisations can centrally "configure" aspects of Office 2010 for their users. Given some of new features in Project 2010 such as manually scheduled and inactive tasks could be quite confusing until a user has had a chance to undergo training, this's a valuable tool in ensuring some of those new features can be turned off until the user has been trained to use them," stated Alex.

Most of the group policy settings have remained same between Project 2007 and 2010, with a few notable additions, as outlined below:

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