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Modify Exchange 2010 room permissions

Posted on 2014-04-10
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I'm just beginning to use the Rooms feature in Exchange 2010, I've created the room, see it in my directory, created an appointment on my calendar and added this room. I opened the room calendar and received the confirmation email and see the entry on the room calendar. But I can only see the free/busy time.

I would like any/everyone in my company to see full details of everything on this calendar, but not sure where to go to modify the permissions...
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Give yourself Full permission to that room mailbox then change its Default permission on Calendar to Free/Busy time, subject, location.
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OK, in Exchange I granted myself full access, then was able to modify the permissions and added our all staff group... Gave them reviewer access.

Many thanks EE...
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