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Do anyone know the differences in terms of the features between Project Server 2007 + WSS3 standalone and Project Server 2007 with MOSS in separated servers?  I want to compare the PWA functionalities for both type of SharePoint installation flavors for Project 2007 server.
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ramuar1982, the link that you posted only shows an open question (similar to mine) without an answer.
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Can anyone tell me the missing functions of the MS Project running without the MOSS?
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I found the answer myself and would like to share it for others.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms507336.aspx

The Full Project Platform
The Project 2007 platform is designed for developing extensions and integrating with Microsoft Office applications and other enterprise project management applications. The full Project 2007 platform includes the following:

Windows SharePoint Services 3.0    Project Server uses Windows SharePoint Services as a system foundation to provide the administrative and user interface infrastructure for Project Web Access, the infrastructure for user management, single sign-on, team collaboration, and integration with Project Server reporting features. The integration with Windows SharePoint Services is much deeper than in Project Server 2003.

Office SharePoint Server 2007    Project Server integrates with the core shared services of Office SharePoint Server 2007 for advanced collaboration, workflow services, and reporting features. Office SharePoint Server 2007 includes additional Web Parts and components for integration with line-of-business (LOB) applications such as SAP Financials or Siebel CRM.

Project Server Architecture without MOSS (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms513875.aspx)

Integration with MS Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms454209.aspx).
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