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Project Server 2007 Post-SP1 Hotfixes

posted February 24th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Chris Fiessinger recently posted a list of links to the post-SP1 hotfixes here.

For your benefit, I’ve copied them here:

These hotfixes take advantage of Microsoft’s new Hotfix Request offering… Each KB article for a hotfix has a link whereby you can submit an email request for the hotfix. Microsoft will respond with links to the hotfix. This should save you from having to call PSS every time you need a hotfix. However, if you choose to use these hotfixes, please remember that they have not been fully tested and you may experience some unexpected behavior.

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EPMFAQ Forums now online!

posted February 20th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Today marks the day that the EPMFAQ forums come online. They are available through the link in the menu on this site, and also at this link.

Some of you may ask why we have created a forum for the discussion of Project, Project Server, and Project Development when Microsoft already has several newsgroups for these purposes.

First, let me be absolutely clear: we are not looking to replace Microsoft’s newsgroups — rather, we are looking to supplement them. The newsgroups remain a valuable resource and we strongly recommend that you cross-post any technical questions you post on our forums to the newsgroups as well.




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Event ID 6398, 6482, and 7076 in your event logs?

posted February 9th, 2008 by Stephen Sanderlin
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Are you seeing one or more of the following Event IDs (6398, 6482, and 7076) in your event log approximately every minute? Many of our clients have seen these errors indicating insufficient storage on their MOSS/WSS/Project Server farms, but are unable to find exactly what the errors refer to. Upon investigation, they generally find that there is sufficient memory and hard disk space on all servers in the farm (including SQL Server). However, even in cases where the amount of available storage is lacking, expanding the amount of available storage does not make the errors stop.

The full errors are:




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