Possible to remove a room from Scheduling Assistant in Exchange 2010?

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     I have a client that has various conference rooms that show up when users use the scheduling assistant.  They would like to make a couple of rooms more private and controlled by only specific users.  So I added delegates and they are good with that.  Is there a way to remove them from the scheduling assistant so they are not displayed as an available room option?  They are running Exchange 2010 with Outlook 2010 clients.  Thanks for the help.
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Svet PaperovIT ManagerCommented:
There might be a way to do it by modifying the AD security of the room account object and allowing read for a select AD group instead of everyone but I would recommend testing this approach with a dummy room first.
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