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Project 2010 - No permissions to read Project Server Enterprise Global file"

Have chacked all the permissions required and all ok and have created the ste collections but get  the following error when trying to connect Project Pro 2010:

No permissions to read Project Server Enterprise Global file

Have tried looking for solutions on-line but just going round in circles
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HughCW
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hrishikeshdCommented:
Its by design, if you are trying to connect to Project Server 2007 using Project Pro 2010
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HughCWAuthor Commented:
Hi,

Thanks for the info but I'm not using Project Server 2007.  I have Project 2010 Pro on my Workstation.  Backend is SharePoint 2010 Ent (SQL2008 R2 as it's database on a separate server) with Project 2010 Server installed on the SharePoint Server.



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hrishikeshdCommented:
Are admin on PWA? Try login using Service account using which PWA site has been provisioned
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HughCWAuthor Commented:
Have admin rights on PWA.  Using servcie account has same result.
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hrishikeshdCommented:
Download Project Server Resource Kit  2007 , and see if you can using View Effective Rights tool , to check the permissions
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc197476(office.12).aspx
Check the permissions for Global -: Log on to Project Server from Project Pro
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HughCWAuthor Commented:
Apologies for the late reply.  Downloaded and checked permissions.  Full permission for Log on to Project Server from Project Pro.

Did a bit more digging in the logs on the Sharpoint/ Project and SQL 2008 Servers and found errors relating to authentication to databases that no longer existed.

Once got those sorted out, have been able to access project web app through Project Pro on workstation
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hrishikeshdCommented:
Thanks for the info
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GreatGermCommented:
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