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Exchange 2010: Outlook not showing all shared calender items on some terminalservers

Posted on 2014-07-14
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I experiencing a very strange beaviour in our Exchange 2010 environment. We are sharing our calendars between our users.

Let's explain the situation. We have a user A, B and C and 2 Terminalservers TS1 and TS2.

On TS1:
User A+ B see all appointments of user c => everything is ok

On TS2
User A sees all the appointment of user c => OK, user b is missing some appointment of user c

When i make a totally new email profile for user b on TS2...the problem remains.

If i try it on a new pc....everything with user b is ok. When i try it via Webmail...everything is ok.

Are there some other settings which could be corrupted than the email profil. Are there some settings saved anywhere in the profile?

cheers
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by:Premkumar Yogeswaran
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Refer this link:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_24006759.html

Make sure you are connected online...
Check the time and time zone of the server.
Are newly created meetings have the wrong time of is it just this one?
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by:ITSGMBH
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Hey. Thanks you for your answer. We are not connected in Cache Mode. All users are working online. Time und time zone are ok. The appointments do not have the wrong time, they are totally missing (only some).

regards
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the server were not on the same update build. after i downloaded and installed all updates...everything went ok
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solved by myself
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