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The Project Publishing Manager automatically publishes all projects on the Project Server on demand or on a scheduled basis
The Project Publishing Manager makes it easy to automatically publish all projects on the Project Server without the need to open the projects in Project Professional.
Using back-end processing, the Project Publishing Manager evaluates if a project has changed since the last time it was published, and if necessary, will automatically publish the project on the Project Server.
The Project Publishing Manager can be run "on-demand" by an administrator from a command prompt to publish all projects on the Project Server.
Improves communication by ensuring that the latest project changes are made available to Project Web Access users.
Keeps the Project Server reporting database up to date with the most current project data
Ensures that the Data Analysis views and other OLAP-based reports are reflecting the most recent updates to projects on the Project Server.
Use the Windows Task Scheduler to automatically run the Project Publishing Manager on a regularly scheduled basis.
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