TechNet webcast: Active Cache processes and architecture drill down (Office Project Server 2007)
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Topic Last Modified: 2016-11-14
This webcast covers processes and key messaging between Microsoft Office Project Professional and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007. It will describe in detail the cache folder structure and registry settings, from first logon, through operations like project open, save and publish. It will also explain network traffic between client and server, as well as enhancements made to increase client/server communication scalability and reliability. This webcast is part of a series targeted at IT professionals. The series presents detailed discussions of key aspects to consider when you evaluate, plan, deploy, and operate Office Project Server 2007.
The recorded webcast can be accessed by registering online at: Webcast: Communication between Project Professional and Project Server - Active Cache processes and Architecture drill down (Level 300)(http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032409524\&EventCategory=5\&culture=en-US\&CountryCode)
The Microsoft PowerPoint slide presentation used in the Webcast can be downloaded at: Slideshows to accompany Project Server 2007 webcasts (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=157701)
The presentation file that corresponds to this specific Webcast is 10 Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 - Active Cache.pptx.