Using Dynamics Distribution Groups when configuring Resource Scheduling Permission

Posted on 2011-10-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I would to configure that only a specific group of people can create a appointment with a room mailbox.

Is it possible to use "Dynamics Distribution Groups" when configure "Resource Scheduling Permissions" on resource/room mailbox?

Question by:Psymonious
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    Accepted Solution

    I think you'd need a dynamic security group - not a distribution group.
    I am not sure if there are any native methods available in AD to do that.

    This question was answered here with as script. You can give that a go.
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    Author Comment

    Dynamic or not what u mean is, that i need a "Mail-enabled Security Group"?
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    Expert Comment

    Just A Dynamic Security Group.
    Not mail-enabled.

    I havent tried out the script there, but it was marked as an answer by asker.
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    Assisted Solution

    You cannot use simple "Security Groups" on the "Resource Scheduling Permission".
    It only accepts "Distribution Groups"... and as tested right now, also "Mail-enabled Universal Security Groups".

    Perhaps i can find a mix between the solution you linked and the fact that it has to be mail-enabled.
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    Author Closing Comment

    It is not a real solution, cause it's not possible to do it like it should work.

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