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"An unexpected error occurred during command execution." Project 2010

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Event Viewer Message2Event Viewer MessageWhen saving files in Microsoft Project to the server from a client several users in one company gets the following error:

Microsoft Office Project.
An unexpected error occurred during command execution

Which also results in the work not being saved. I'm not able to resolve why this error occurs, so I wonder if anyone experienced this before?

I've added two pictures from the Event Viewer aswell.
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Hi,

the version number 14.0.4751.1000 from your error log shows that this is the very first release of Project 2010 that has a number of known issues. Please install AT LEAST SP 1 from

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=26635

or newer cumulative updates. I understand you are using Projectserver, please make sure you also install SP1 to Projectserver to avoid data corruption.

Regards

Thomas
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