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I have an Exchange Server 2003, server and have implemented a public calendar accessible from OWA. The calendar has defauly and anon rights set to reviewer and i have created a security distribution group called calendar editors that has edit rights (please refer to screenshot)

I have two users: user1 and user2. User1 is a member of the edit calendars group and user2 is not.

User1 can add items and user2 cannot - when I tested which is great.
BUT if I change the membership of user1 and remove membership to calender editors group, they can still add items to the calendar.
Does anyone know what is wrong???
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by:Redwulf__53
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Did user1 log off and log on after you changed the group membership?
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by:andrewjones1987
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yes, many times
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by:andrewjones1987
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sorry forgot screenshot
Calendar-Access-Rights.JPG
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rakeshmiglani earned 500 total points
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how much time back were the changes made?
this could be due to replication delays.
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by:andrewjones1987
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I think you are right because now when I logon I get the logon required page. I don't think that I was giving it enough time - probably too impatient.

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