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citrix session & desire to setup a conference rm.

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to log onto a citrix session, i go through a typical user logon, our outlook is setup to run in as a single copy with multiple profiles.  the conference room resource would be great if it could auto accept and decline meeting requests.  but, to set up this conference room, i would have to create an nt user, log on as the "conference room" user, make permission or delegate changes, or adjust schedules for the maintenance of the room, then log back out.  this workaround is all i can come up with right now.  the citrix session does confuse the issue, and if i have a win95 station, i should be able to logout of an outlook session as one user and log back in as another and not have to create an nt user, which i hesitate from doing, and i do not really have a win95 station to do this with.  any ideas?
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No direct help for you.. but bad news... The auto accept feature for ressources works with outlook different then with exchange..

The outlook client who is setup as the Ressource owner must be logged in to auto accept bookings...

We tried a lot of workarrouds but finally we have to setup a old system wich is logged on all the time.

Mybe purposal for you is not a very straight one, but if you have no old computer to run permanent you have to setup outlook that every request is forwarded to a specified user. Setup the owner of the ressource also as this specified user, and then you can make everything you want without creating a new account.

But still you have to answer the requests manually
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help me out with the "owner of he resource"  i can only see a resource being added by adding a user with a funky name of "first" = conference and "last" = room.  is that part correct?  

could you eleborate on this comment:
Setup the owner of the ressource also as this specified user, and then
you can make everything you want without creating a new account.

thanks
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