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Exchange 2010 organization-level calendar sharing

How do I set up Exchange so managers can see their direct reports' calendars without requesting they be shared?  To be more specific, I would like managers to be able to see meeting/appointment details of everyone down the chain of command without having to ask permission from their employees.  This has been driving me completely insane - it seems like the kind of thing it should do automatically yet I can't find this answer anywhere.

Our system is single-instance Exchange 2010 Standard/Server 2008 R2/VMware Essentials Plus cluster.
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JimmyCanz
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NavdeepCommented:
Hi,

Please check Method 3 from the below mentioned link

http://www.amset.info/exchange/folderpermissions.asp

First try in test env
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JimmyCanzAuthor Commented:
That was helpful; I'm probably going to go with this solution:

https://blogs.msdn.com/b/pepeedu/archive/2010/09/08/exchange-2010-adding-mailbox-calendar-permissions-using-powershell.aspx

I was using method #2 from the article you attached & it works but it takes too long.  We don't have a suitable test environment for me to feel safe using #3.
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JimmyCanzAuthor Commented:
He provided a few workable solutions, one of which was the method I was using before asking the question.  His methods will work but getting his answer helped me find an even better solution myself.
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