Change default Working Hours Start Time in exchange 2010 sp1

Exchange 2010 SP1
Is the a way to change this in EMC? if not what is the exact ps cmdlet and syntax?

Default seems to be 8am to 5pm

Need the change to be for Outlook and OWA...global not for a single user

I am aware of ...
Set-MailboxCalendarConfiguration -Identity tony -WorkingHoursStartTime 07:00:00

But I want to change global setting
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BigBadWolf_000Asked:
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AkhaterCommented:
OK here is the correct syntax


foreach ($user in get-mailbox) { Set-MailboxCalendarConfiguration $user.name -WorkingHoursStartTime 07:00:00}

I keep on forgetting these changes done to 2k10 :S

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AkhaterCommented:
No I don't think it is possible however you can

get-mailbox | foreach { Set-MailboxCalendarConfiguration $_.name -WorkingHoursStartTime 07:00:00}
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BigBadWolf_000Author Commented:
Akhater: Thanks...Just to confirm, the syntax is for Exchange 2010 SP1...correct? I do not have a test server to verify..just production :(
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AkhaterCommented:
yes it is for 2010 SP1 I will test it for you right now be back in 2 min
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BigBadWolf_000Author Commented:
Thanks....can you also point me to a good reference guide/examples for PS syntax (i can get the list of cmdlets from MS, but stuff like how do you do things for all users, if..then, etc)
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AkhaterCommented:
well honestly I learn them on the web depending on what I need
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