Goal: Help protect project information

Microsoft Office Project 2007 and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 offer basic security features that help protect your project information from unauthorized access.

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number 1  Read about Project Server security settings     A number of factors affect the security of information in Project Server 2007. Some are controlled by you, and others are controlled by the Project Server administrator (administrator: Sets up and manages user accounts, assigns permissions, and helps users with network or server access issues. This person can also manage and customize various elements in Project Professional and in Project Server.). You may need to coordinate with the administrator to set the appropriate options for your project.

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Number 2  Change the security level for macro virus protection      If you use macros (macro: An action or a set of actions that you can use to automate tasks. Macros are recorded in the Visual Basic for Applications programming language.) in your project file, you need to specify the security level.

  • Macro security levels in Project explains the different levels of security that you can apply to a macro and how macro virus protection works under each setting.

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Project 2007