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Hi,
We have this scenario:
we have a Public Calendar on our exchange 2007 and someone published this calendar to office.com; daily we are getting a pop up asking for credentials for office.com and we don't know these credentials and we don't know who published this calendar.
we need tip on how to remove this calendar completely calendars.office.microsoft.com

Thank you
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Can you please share a screenshot of it ?
Is this Calendar created in Public folders ?

- Rancy
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by:ITACS
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yes it is created in public folders.
screenshot of the calendar in Public folders?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Does it has some Forms attached as ideally no calendar be it Shared Mailbox or PF should ask for any password ?
What if you try to access this PF calendar from OWA\Webmail ?

Start -> Run -> Type in "control keymgr.dll" (without the quotes and check if there is any cached credentials)

- Rancy
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ITACS earned 0 total points
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Hi,
sorry for the delay.
Our Solution was:
Copy the Calendar and delete the old one and republish the new one to Webdav server
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by:ITACS
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When you copy the calendar and delete the original one you wont see anymore the popup windows for publishing to office.com; this solved our problem.
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