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My client uses MS Project Pro without Project Server. When they first started using it they had the directories and the files named for the person that was the primary user. Now the company has grown.

Can I rename a resource pool file from Robert_Resource_Pool.mpp to North_Resource_Pool.mpp? Will this cause a major "crash and burn"? Are the projects linked by the pointer in the resource pool file name? As Robert is no longer with the company is there a way to remove his name from the file and/or the directory?
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There is a similar question here:
http://www.office-forums.com/effect-renaming-sharer-file-resource-pool-t73959.html

Maybe you can relate your issue to theirs and apply their solution to your problem.
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