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Can't view updates to our IT caledar Outlook 2013

Posted on 2015-01-28
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Myself, and the HR lady can't see reserved times in our IT conference calendar, however my supervisor sees them fine. He can tell when a room in reserved, but we can't. The slot just appears empty.

Is there a setting, either in the Calendar configuration in Outlook 2010 on the workstation, or in the IT Conference Room resource object item in OWA that needs to be configured.

Guess the main question is also, why can't we see reserved spots, but he can. Thanks.

PS - This is 2010, not 2013.
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by:MikeBlue
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Hello.

I would assume it is a shared calendar.
You will have to check the permissions for that calendar. Each user gets attributed particular permissions and you should review them in it's properties.
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by:nurturer69
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The calendar's properties on the user's workstation? In the Resource conference room name in Exchange Admin Center, or where?
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Dino Brown II earned 500 total points
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I agree with MikeBlue, it sounds like a permissions issue. It could be Windows user permissions or outlook permissions. Also, can your supervisor login from any computer and see the reserved times or are you having issues with a particular computer?
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