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Need to set conference room in Outlook to hide the meeting info

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We are running Exchange 2007. I have been asked to set a conference room so that when someone looks at this CR that the meeting in it are not showing what the meeting tiles are.

they want the meeting info to be hidden from everybody but who set the meeting and maybe who is invited to the meeting.
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i do not have my lab at this moment, however, you can set Everyone or Anonymous with "Read" permissions and the person who will be creating the meeting should be the "Author". That would help.
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Setting up Outlook:
Access the setup of Free/Busy publishing via Tools, Options, Preferences Tab, Calendar Options, Free/Busy Options
Go to permissions TAB and you can set the "default" permissions as none or whatever is relevant in your case.
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