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TechNet Support WebCast: Active Directory synchronization behavior and troubleshooting in Project Server

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Session Summary

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

This WebCast will discuss Active Directory synchronization behavior with Microsoft Project Server and describe steps to troubleshoot some of the more common issues.

These are some of the areas that will be discussed:
  • How to set up the synchronization process
  • The Active Directory GUID in Project Web Access
  • Activation and inactivation of user accounts in Active Directory and what occurs in Project Server
  • Concerns regarding special characters
  • Active Directory group size limits with synchronization
  • How to use nested groups for lots of users

This is a Level 300 session presented by Kyle Lewallen and Felicia Jacobs.

Kyle Lewallen

Kyle Lewallen joined Microsoft in February 2002. He currently works as a support engineer for Microsoft Project Server. His previous position at Microsoft was in Enterprise Messaging Support.

Felicia Jacobs

Felicia became a full-time Microsoft employee in January 1998. She worked on the Client Team and then moved to the Microsoft Exchange Admin group, where she was a content lead in preparation for the Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server release. She continued in the Exchange Admin group as a support engineer after the release of Exchange 2000, and in November 2004, she moved to the Project Server team as a support engineer.

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