Project Server 2010 / 2013 Preview Setting Comparison

Project Server 2013 introduced a number of changes to where key settings are located throughout the product. Andrew Lavinsky wrote about it earlier this week and stole some of my thunder for this little tool I was putting together.. introducing the Project Server 2010 / 2013 Preview Setting Comparison spread sheet.

The tool maps the various server settings for Project Server 2010, Project Server 2013 On Premise and Project Online all in a handy filtered Excel spread sheet.

Project Server 2010 / 2013 Preview Setting Comparison

To use the spread sheet, pick the column for the relevant Project Server version and choose to filter.

Filter on a column

In this example, choosing Database Administration for the PS 2010 Setting Area will show that Database Administration is no longer in Server Settings, but has moved into Central Administration on PS2013 On Premise.

Filtered comparison

The spread sheet is based on the currently available Project Server 2013 On Premise and Online Preview versions and may change between now and RTM. It’s also a work in progress as there are some areas I have not quite tracked down yet, but stay tuned.

The comparison spread sheet can be downloaded from here.

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3 thoughts on “Project Server 2010 / 2013 Preview Setting Comparison

  1. Alex – very useful but I am still stumped, I am looking at a Hosted Instance of Project Server 2013 that has “Timesheet Adjustment” available as an option but in my Hyper V instance of Project Server 2013 it is unavailable and I am still trying to figure out how to make it available, sadly your Spread Sheet does not illuminate this feature.

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