Manage users in Project Server 2010
Applies to: Project Server 2010
Topic Last Modified: 2012-05-21
Summary: Project Server Administrators can manage security permissions for users by using the Manage Users page in PWA Server Settings.
When you make the initial connection to Microsoft Project Server 2010 through the Microsoft Project Web App (PWA) site, you must be logged on using the administrator account used to provision the PWA site. You can use this initial account to create other user accounts that can access Project Server. For example, this initial account could be used to create the user accounts that will serve as Project Server administrators, who will in turn create other user accounts and will do additional post-installation configuration.
You can use the Manage Users page that is available from the Server Settings page to add new individual users, modify existing users, deactivate user accounts, and reactivate inactive user accounts. You can also assign permissions to users by adding them to one of the built-in groups or by creating a custom group and assigning specific permissions to the custom group.
Requirements for managing users
The following are required to perform the procedures for this task:
Access to Project Server through the Project Web App site.
The Manage users and groups global permission in order to add, modify, deactivate, or reactivate a user account
To manage users in Project Server, you can perform the following procedures:
Determine the number and types of users (Project Server 2010)
Security (Project Server 2010 settings)
Project Server 2010 global permissions
Project Server 2010 category permissions
Manage security groups in Project Server 2010
Manage categories in Project Server 2010
Manage security templates in Project Server 2010
Manage Project Web App permissions in Project Server 2010