missing details in "Other Calendars" Outlook exchange

Exchange 2003, Outlook 2003 on each desktop
We have a calendar for the user "Conference Room".
All domain users can see this calendar and book appointments when they use Outlook > File > Open Other User's Folder > Conference Room / Calendar.
One user can not. They can actually book appointments but they can see no appointments (including the one they successfully booked). The user can see other appointments in their own calendar and appointments in other users' calendars. Just not the "Conference Room". The Filter is OFF in the "Customize Current View" I am stumped.
jinfeldPresidentAsked:
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Stacy SpearPresident/Principal ConsultantCommented:
Does he has a deny attribute anywhere?
what rights does he has?
is it assigned by group and is he a member of that group?

Looks like he has permissions only to add to the cal, not view anything.
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jinfeldPresidentAuthor Commented:
What permissions should I check: those set in Active Directory or those set by the "Conference Room" user within Outlook?
TIA,
Jerry
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Stacy SpearPresident/Principal ConsultantCommented:
Start with the Conference room user. If set there it should work. If not, then the deny is coming from the AD hierarchy or that user's AD attributes.
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jinfeldPresidentAuthor Commented:
It is working now but since I played with both the permissions from within the user setting withinOutlook and the Active Directory permissions, I am not sure what did the trick.
Next time, I'll be more systematic.
Thanks!
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Stacy SpearPresident/Principal ConsultantCommented:
Sometimes hard to be systematic when the user is breathing down your neck!
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