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Accessing Project Web Access 2003 via MAC?

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Does anybody have any experience/suggestions using Macs to access Project Server?

I thought that Project Web Access 2003 might be doable, but while trying to connect (using IE 5.2.2 running on OSX) the "go" button next to the login credentials is greyed out... I noticed that when connecting to PWA for the first time from a Windows PC, it downloaded and isntalled some controls..is it possible that it needs to do this for the MAC?

As a possible alternative, I was considering installing the Microsoft Terminal Services Client for Mac and running PWA within a Remote Desktop session - has anyone done this?

Thanks!
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Terrminal services or Citrix is only option haw to run PWA on MAC
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