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Password Protect Published Calendar Using WebDav

Posted on 2014-04-30
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When users publish their calendar to a WebDAV server it is now viewable by anyone within the domain if they know the webcal address (.ics).

How does one make it so the calendar is password protected?

Currently if a user uses their existing domain logon credentials coupled with the webcal address of the published calendar a user could subscribe to that .isc using Outlook 2010.

Calendars are published to Windows Server 2012 R2 using IIS.
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Question by:Robert Mohr
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you can't using this method. You would have to use a 3rd party tool (winzip / WinRAR to encapsulate the .ics and password protect it.) or use private folders
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