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SharePoint calendar events do not display for one user account

Posted on 2013-01-17
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We have a SharePoint 2010 calendar that the permissions for access are set to Authenticated Users.  All users can open this calendar, however 2 users are unable to view the events in the calendar.  The users have logged onto different computers and the issue 'follows' them.  Other users have logged on to the same machines and it has worked ok.
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by:Rainer Jeschor
ID: 38787928
Hi,

what is the result, if you open the calendar with your account (an administrative account in this site) -> ribbon "Calendar" -> List Permissions and then on this new page use the button "Check Permissions" and enter the user account.

Thanks and HTH
Rainer
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by:coch
ID: 38787957
'Read' Granted through the Portals Visitors Group, Authenticated users are a member of this group as this is how everyone else views the calendars.
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by:Mohit Nair
ID: 38790015
Add both the users explicitly (Apart from being part of a group) in list permissions and check if the issue persists.
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by:coch
ID: 38792008
Added the users gave Full control explicitly and still no events.  There is a message at the bottom of IE Saying Done, but with errors on page.  When expanding this error it describes the following

Expected '}'
calendar.aspx                                   Line:1144
Code:0                                              Char:460
URL

The Line & Char aren't consistent when visiting any of the other calendars on the site
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by:Rainer Jeschor
ID: 38792060
Hi,
somehow they get something delivered which others do not get.
Can you use IEDevTools to track down the script error?
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by:coch
ID: 38792096
Ive never used IEDevTools, how would I use this to track the error?  With one account I have created a brand new user identical with the exception of the sam account name and it worked first time?
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coch earned 0 total points
ID: 39111789
Identified as having an apostrophe in their user names, applied hotfix which appears to have resolved the problem
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by:coch
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