We recently installed Project Server 2010 in out SharePoint 2010 farm but it is only accessible at http://server:10019/pwa while our Sharepoint is accessible at http://sharepoint.

What I am wondering is if I can create an Access Mapping in Central admin to access the project server at something like http://project. I'm going to guess not since that would mean both http://sharepoint and http://project would need to be on port 80??

Furthermore, our project is configured on the same web application as the main sharepoint site, so would I even be able to have a URL like http://project:9234 or some port number? How can I go about doing this?


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If they are in the same web app, you could technically access PWA via http://sharepoint/pwa.

If so, you can add a DNS entry to point http://project to that server. Then in IIS manager you can add a second binding to the web app. Then you can access http://project/pwa.

Note: Because they are the same web app, you could technically access them from either URL.

  • Wow, can't believe I didn't see that :(. It works on http://sharepoint/pwa. One more question, if I want to make it http://project/pwa do I need the DNS entry if this is an internal site? Sorry, not familiar with DNS details.. Dec 9, 2013 at 15:57
  • All good, DNS can get confusing sometimes. :) Yeah you will probably need to add a DNS record "project" which points to the sharepoint server.
    – Russell
    Dec 9, 2013 at 20:51

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