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No permission to read project server enterprise global file

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I get "No permission to read project server enterprise global file " message when i try to access project server 2007. Please find the attached snapshot.

I am using Project Pro 2010 to connect to project server 2007.

Please hlep.
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Question by:sudhirgoogle
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You cannot access Project Server 2007 with MS Project 2010
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by:sudhirgoogle
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Thanks for your response. May i know the reason please, and it will be great helpful if you can redirect me to the URL for the reason mention above.
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Some official stuff from MS:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=CD9F97C4-BB88-4B8E-B69A-62921B63FB18&displaylang=en&displaylang=en
See 3_Upgrade and Migration --> Foil 22 (compatibility matrix)

The reason may be, that MS Project Server 2007 do not support the new functions of MS Project 2010, at the end, I assume it is also a license question.
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Excellent Solution. I am very much satisfied with your solution. Thanks a lot.
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