Project Server and Macros

We have a number of macros being used by our Project Managers. These macros are typically associated with the schedule. We are experiencing some issues where some of our users are not able to see or run these macros when the project is opened from Project Server. I have investigated Project Server permissions and cannot see any permissions which relate to the ability to run macros.

It seems that when the the macro is added to the "local" global template on the users machine, that it seems to work, however, this has to be done every time the project schedule is opened.

Does anyone know what may be causing these macros not to stay attached to the project schedules themselves and why this behaviour may be being exhibited,

We are using MS Project (SP3) and Project Server 2007 (SP2).


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Rainer JeschorCommented:
do you use the professional client edition?
Have you "deployed" your VBA macros to the Enterprise Global template?


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