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We'd like to have a policy enforced across all staff that their calendars be set to 'Free/Busy time, subject, location'. Could this be enforced so that it's not possible for staff to manually change this setting? The main thing is that our execs be able to see all staff schedules. Is this is possible?

We use exchange 2010.
I want to get this done in any ways possible. (Through Group policy or exchange policy)
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You can do something like on this article and give a set of users the permissions

http://exchangeserverpro.com/show-full-freebusy-exchange-2010-room-resource-mailboxes/

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Thanks Rancy,

I want to make all user's default calendar to have default setting of "free/busy time , subject location'. I want to avoid going to each user's calendar to make changes. (So, everyone can see free/busy time)

I want know if there is way to push this setting to group of users/all users through Group policy or through power shell.

The posted link above is not relevant
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