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Unable to publish a project

Just installed project server 2003. In project 2003 I am unable to see the enterprise options, since they are greyed out, and if I try and publish the project i get an error saying  .. You are trying to publish a non-enterprise project to project server. The security settings on the servre do not allow you to publish non-enterprise projects.


what does this mean
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BembiCEOCommented:
You need permissions to upload project files to project server. As enterprise options are geyed out, you are not member of a project server role, which is allowed to do that. Either logon as administrator to change your role membership, or talk to your project server admin to grant you the correct permissions.
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shankshankAuthor Commented:
I am the admin, lol. I am new to project of course. In the web interface I added myself to all roles, is that all I need to do? still no luck
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BembiCEOCommented:
Are you sure, you are logged on the server? If you are within the admin role, the enterprise options should be enabled. Have a look at Start - Programs - Microsoft Office - Microsoft Office Tools, there you find the tool to setup project server accounts. Make sure, either manual logon is selected or the project server is the default account.

Always restart MS Project Professional, if you make changes for accounts or permissions.
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shankshankAuthor Commented:
Ah akward. What happened was that it seemed to not like my DOMAINNAME\LOGINNAME , so i put to windows, and it took it. I also made some random changes in the web admin to allow uploading, I don';t know where, but it works now.

thanks again!
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