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Removing visibility of <AvailabilityOnly> when removing Calendar permission via Powershell

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Hello,

I've been using the following PowerShell command to remove calendar permissions:

Remove-MailboxFolderPermission jdoe:\Calendar –User jsmith

This works, but it also leaves the calendar visible in Outlook 2010, although only availability information is available.

Is there a way to remove the visibility of the availability information as well, so that no trace of the former calendar is visible?

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Jamie McKillop earned 1200 total points
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Hello,

Instead of removing the permissions, change them to "None". This will prevent the user from seeing free/busy. The Calendar item will still appear in Outlook's folder list though. They will just get an access denied when trying to view it. The user would have to manually remove the calendar to completely remove any trace from Outlook.

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It works! Thanks.
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