Exchange 2010 -Room disappeared from Room Finder

Posted on 2013-08-27
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We have Exchange 2010.  I have a room that has been working fine and all of sudden today when I go to Room Finder or Scheduling assistant the room does not appear.  I have run the cmdlet for Room-statistics ID and found that it has hour ours 0800 -1700 and no error.  I checked and made sure the my Distribution group named Conf Rooms has this room as a member.  I have ensured that the room is still located under the same container in AD as other Rooms.  Nothing seems different.  I have restarted my Address Book services on Cashub servers and downloaded the OAB to Outlook successfully and still do not see the room in Room Finder.
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