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Time Zone Issue for Group Calendar

Posted on 2011-09-22
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I have a Group Calendar in SP 2010 that is shared to book meeting rooms with 2 offices, one located in a Pacific time zone and the other on Central time.  Our SP server is on Central Time.  For our Pacific office we changed the time zone under “My Regional Settings”. This was the solution for our Pacific office however we have to give the user admin rights to the site. To avoid users deleting other meetings, we would like the user to change their time zone setting without making them admins to the calendar.

Is there a “special/customized” way or permission we can use to achieve this?

Has anyone else ran into the time zone issue and did you find a work around?
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here is  a clean explanation with the solution where you can follow...
http://sharepointkb.wordpress.com/2009/01/13/calendar-time-zone-settings-and-my-regional-settings/
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