Microsoft Project 2010

Project Server 2010: How to End Delegated Session

English There are 2 types of working session in Enterprise Project Server 2010, normal session and delegated session. In a normal session, one will work under his own privileges and perform his tasks. In a delegated session, one will work on behalf of other users and perform other user’s tasks. During delegated session, a notification bar will appear in the notification area on every pages – indicates who he is acting as.

Project Server 2010: How to Start Delegated Session on Behalf of Other User

English On previous post, I already explained how to create and delete access delegation in Enterprise Project Server 2010. As a delegate user, access delegation will not start immediately. This is to avoid conflict between your own session tasks and on-behalf tasks. Access delegation will start when you decide to start and stop when you decide to end it. The session will be persisted in the server therefore once you start access delegation, you will be in delegated session even tough you have logged-off and re-login to the server.

Project Server 2010: How to Remove Delegation Access Given to Others

English Access delegation is a process to authorize a user to performs action on behalf of delegated user. For example, John is a project manager for a running project. One day, he needs to travel for a week and delegate his role to his friend Doe. John will then delegate his account to Doe, allowing Doe to perform action on behalf of John. In the previous post about adding delegate we know that every delegate setting has predefined duration.