Selected Projects Could Not be Opened... (Any longer)
Hopefully this is enough information to be able to address the problem!
I'm currently receiving the following error in Project Server Web Access.
"The selected projects could not be opened in Project Professional 2007. This
is probably because you either do not have permissions to open these projects or
because they have been deleted."
I was able to open these before using the web access which linked into my
Office Project application. Now when I click Edit I get that error.
Didn't delete the project though, when I was updating the projects last night I
had forgotten to publish them. So they were stored locally I presume. I could
only access these by going to File -> Open.
When I tried to re-open to publish these projects this morning I got an error
about not having permissions. (Double checked and resaved these and have all
I was never able to get into these so the cache was cleared after that, not I
am unable to access those projects which were already published and within the
System Specs are:
Windows XP SP 3
Project Professional 2007
If additional information is required, I can provide just ask.
Thanks for the help in advance :)
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