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How to change permissions on a users Calendar from EMC or Powershell in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hey Everyone,

This used to be really simple.  I have been searching for a "how to" and looking at all the exchange powershell commands, and poking through EMC.  I cannot seem to find a way to change the permission on a users Calendar.  They are offsite and have asked me to remove several people who have read access to their calendar.  Someone know how?

Just to be clear, I need to do this from the server using EMC or powershell.

Thanks!
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use the below example

Get-MailboxFolderPermission -identity "Rajith Enchiparambil:\Calendar"

Set-MailboxFolderPermission -identity "Rajith Enchiparambil:\Calendar"
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Sweet.  That worked!  I kept looking at all the Calendar commands.  Looked right over that one.

Is there a way to remove and add people from the perm. list?
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by:JamesGolden
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OK Figured it out myself.

Add-MailboxFolderPermission -identity user@domain.com:\Calendar
Remove-MailboxFolderPermission -identity user@domain.com:\Calendar

Thanks for all the help!
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