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MS Project - Project Server synchronisation from .mpp file

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Am Stumped! Trying synchronise my local ms project file (.mpp) with ProjectServer. I select Collaborate->Publish -> Publish All Data

Only to be greeted with a message saying that it cannot publish non-enterprise project.

So what's the trick? How are you supposed to upload/publish a standard .mpp onto the server?
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A quickie: Have installed MS Project 2003.
Have heard of Central and EPM versions, but don't know what these mean.
Is there a more recent version of MS Project? If so, what is it and what do Central and EPM mean?
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Your project server is configured  with the enterprise features  Enabled,

you have to reach your Project Server Administrator to check why is this configured this way. (This does not mean that it has a bad configuration, its only configured this way for some reason).

If you are the Project Server administrator, and you want to change this , go to your project server in IE then Click Admin, and then Server configuration  (Before you change this configuration to allow the publishing of a non enterprise project, i suggest you read the project Server Documentation to understand what you are going to do.)

 Select Enable only non-enterprise features  radio Button, and configure, the options bellow with the checkbox appropiate for your Organization Configuration,. the options are:

 
-  Allow master projects to be saved to Microsoft Project Server  

- Allow master projects to be published to Microsoft Project Server.  

- Allow projects to use local base calendars.  

- Enforce single currency as specified in the enterprise global template.  

- Allow only enterprise projects to be published to this server  

......The other two quest.

The last Version of Project is Microsoft Project 2003 (MS Project 2007 is still in beta)

and EPM = Enterprise Project Management. to understand the concept check this link

 http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/assistance/HA011718621033.aspx
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Perfect tx Robert
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