Does Project Server 2010 PWA support Macintosh clients (Safari)? What is the best way to allow MAC users access to PWA?
03/ذو الحجة/1430 03:21 م
We have about a dozen Mac users that need to participate on project teams but they can't use PWA in our current 2007 environment. Does 2010 include support for MACs? We've also tried the new Remote Desktop Services built into Windows 2008 Server R2 to publish Internet Explorer to the MAC systems but that does not work either.
04/ذو الحجة/1430 02:07 صالمالكPWA requires IE7 or higher.
06/ذو الحجة/1430 03:34 مالمشرف
Mac users need to install Windows using Bootcamp, VMWare, or Parallels. You can run Mac OS X and Windows side-by-side with VMWare or Parallels, but that requires at least 4 GB RAM. With Bootcamp, you have to boot into OS X or Windows separately. However, Bootcamp requires only 2 GB of RAM. They all work very well.
- تم وضع علامة كإجابة بواسطة Jim CorbinModerator 07/ذو الحجة/1430 03:25 م
07/ذو الحجة/1430 08:57 مالمشرفTim:
Depending on what you need to expose to your MAC users, this version does present possibilities to reach them that previous versions did not support. Full PWA usage is not in the offing, but the ability to status tasks is possible leveraging SharePoint's MAC compatibility and Project Professional 2010's abilityt to publish tasks to SharePoint lists, for instance. There are other possibilities as well, do don't rule out your MAC audience too quickly.
Gary L Chefetz, MVP, MCT, MCITP
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