A housekeeping chore you need to attend to is setting the number of licenses for the system. To my knowledge, you enter these into the administration page in Project Server on the honor system. Project Server will count all work resources as Project Server users whether or not these represent actual users of the system. Therefore, if you use work resources to define machinery and equipment, you’ll need to inflate the number of licenses you enter by the number of nonhuman work resources you’re trying to represent. Normally, the number of licenses you purchase are counted as one each per Project Professional license plus the total number of Client Access Licenses (CALs) purchased separately or bundled with your server software if applicable. Because the way you purchase CALs is based on number of machines, the calculations used in the Project Server Manage licenses page are inaccurate and represent only an estimate of the number of licenses you should own.
To enter the license total, select Manage licenses from the Project Web Access Admin menu. The Manage licenses administration page displays, as shown in Figure 9-22.
Figure 9-22. The Manage licenses administration page