Microsoft® Project Professional 2002 is the new Microsoft Office project management program intended to be used with Microsoft Project Server 2002 for enterprise project management. It has all the core project management features found in Microsoft Project Standard, so you can manage your project plans, communicate project status, and report project information quickly and efficiently. When used with Microsoft Project Server, it also includes enterprise resource management capabilities and portfolio management features, such as real-time reporting and scenario analysis tools. These tools enable project managers and business decision-makers to view project and resource information across their department or entire organization. To achieve the full benefit of the enterprise resource and portfolio management features, Microsoft Project Professional must be used with Microsoft Project Server and Microsoft Project Server Client Access License(s) (CALs). Microsoft Project Server centrally stores the project and resource information that is published from Microsoft Project Professional. Microsoft Project Server extends this information to project teams through its Web portal, called Microsoft Project Web Access.Microsoft Project Server CALs provide team members and stakeholders with access and edit rights to personalized views of project information - without requiring them to have a copy of Microsoft Project on their desktop. All your team needs is CALs and a Web browser to view, analyze and interact with project information through Microsoft Project Web Access. In Microsoft Project Web Access, team members can enter task progress, which can automatically be updated into the project plan in Microsoft Project Professional.
|Required Processor Class||Intel Pentium Processor|
|Required Processor Speed||133 MHz|
|System Requirements||Basic requirements to use Microsoft Project Professional version 2002: Computer/Processor: - Pentium 133 MHz or higher processor required. - The recommended system is Windows XP Professional on a computer with a Pentium III processor and 256 MB of RAM.Memory: - For Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition: 24 MB of RAM for the operating system plus an additional 48 MB of RAM for Microsoft Project - For Windows Me, Windows NT Workstation or Server 4.0: 32 MB of RAM for the operating system plus an additional 48 MB of RAM for Microsoft Project - For Windows 2000 Professional: 64 MB of RAM for the operating system plus an additional 48 MB of RAM for Microsoft Project - For Windows XP Professional: 128MB of RAM for the operating system plus an additional 48 MB of RAM for Microsoft ProjectHard Disk: - Hard disk usage will vary depending on configuration. 105 MB of available hard disk space is required for the typical installation of Microsoft Project with 70MB on the hard disk where the operating system is installed. 55 MB for typical installation on system with Office XP installed. 310 MB for a full installation on system without Office XP installed. Users without Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Office XP, Office 2000 SR-1, or Microsoft Project 2000 will require an extra 50 MB of hard disk space for System Files Update.Drive: - CD-ROM driveDisplay: - Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution monitor with 256 colorsOperating System: - Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition (Windows Me), Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 or later, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows XP Professional or later operating systemPeripherals: - Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse or compatible pointing deviceMiscellaneous: - Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later browser software (Internet Explorer 5.5 or later recommended) - Additional items or services required to use certain features: - 14,400 or higher-baud modem - Multimedia computer to access sound and other multimedia effects - Some Internet functionality may require Internet access and payment of a separate fee to a service provider; local and/or long distance telephone toll charges may apply - Windows-compatible network and MAPI compliant mail systems required for e-mail project collaboration - Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 or later, or Oracle 8.x or later, required for projects stored in databases - Microsoft Project Server 2002 required for workgroup project collaboration or enterprise project and resource management To use Microsoft Project Web Access* in addition to Microsoft Project, you need:Computer/Processor: - Computer with the same configuration as described for Microsoft Project Professional, with the following additional hard disk spaceHard Disk: - 5-15 MB of additional available hard disk space (hard disk usage will vary depending on configuration). * Requires Microsoft Project Server 2002|
|Required Memory||64 MB|
|Required Disk Space||310 MB|
|Software Name||Project 2002 Professional|
|Software Type||Project Management/Version Control|
|Software Main Type||Management|
|Min License Size||1 client(s)|
|Max License Size||1 Client|
|Version / Edition||Ver. 2002|
|Required Operating System||Microsoft Windows 2000|Microsoft Windows 98|Microsoft Windows ME|Microsoft Windows XP|
|License Type||Complete Product|
|Program Type||Project Management/Version Control|
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