Frequently Asked Questions

1

What's the difference between Project Online and Project Server 2013?

Project Online is Microsoft's online project and portfolio management (PPM) service delivered through Office 365 and Project Server 2013 is their on-premise project and portfolio management (PPM) product.


2

Which version of Windows do I need to run Project Professional 2013, Project Pro for Office 365 or Project Standard 2013?

Windows 7 or later is required to install Project Professional 2013.


3

What are the differences between Project Professional 2013 and Project Pro for Office 365?

The core features of the two products are identical. Project Professional has a perpetual license—once activated, the software will not expire. Project Pro for Office 365 requires an active Office 365 subscription.


4

Can I install the Project Pro for Office 365 on multiple PCs?

You can install Project Pro for Office 365 on up to 5 PCs.


5

Does Project Server 2013 include SharePoint Server 2013?

No, Project Server 2013 does not include SharePoint Server 2013. However, you need to install SharePoint 2013 prior to installing Project Server 2013. More information about hardware and software requirements is available on TechNet.


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