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After mailbox move shared calendar resources are no longer available.  I am unable to re-add the user, as i get a security error.

Please advise.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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What does the security error say?
Is either user a member of a protected group? Administrators, Domain Admins etc? Have you confirmed the permission is still present?

Simon.
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by:LouHabes
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The shared calendars seems to work in outlook, however when I try to browse a shared calendar through OWA, nothing happens.

When I try to open them via OWA, the whole screen locks and I will need to exit the account and go back in, just to view the users default calendar.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Is the server fully patched? Exchange 2010 SP3 with the latest rollup?

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by:LouHabes
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Yes, I am on Exchange SP3 rollup5, and also thanks for responding to my issue.
This migration is from an SBS2003 box running Exchange2003.  I migrated the OAB and Public folders from the SBS2003 box, but I noticed the distribution mechanism method for OAB is public folders on the exchange2010 box.

I am not sure if this can be the issue.  

But yea pretty much when I select a shared a calendar via OWA, it just gets stuck on refreshing and nothing happens.  In outlook the calendars load as they should.
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Duh, I just tried in IE and the functionality is there.  I have been accessing owa via chrome and was experiencing these issues, I still am.  Not sure if this is by design or what, but I just confirmed in IE that all is well with shared cal data via OWA.
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In IE functionality was normal.
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