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Posted on 2015-02-03
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My firm would like to allow full access to all staff calendars. Each person should be allowed to view others calendar with full detail. Is there a way through power shell we can allow this global access?

Our environment: Exchange 2010 SP3, WIndows 7 Ent, Outlook 2010 v14.0.7140.5002
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Question by:Hodor
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
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Use can definitely do this via powershell. Use the below script...

Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.E2010
$UserList = get-mailbox -resultsize "unlimited"
foreach ($User in $Userlist) {
Set-MailboxCalendarFolder -Identity $User:\Calendar _DetailLevel FullDetails
}

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Note: if you are going to run this from the EMS you do not need the first line in the script "Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.E2010"

Will.
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by:Hodor
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Thanks Will, before I try this is there a script to show the current permissions so I can compare after running the script provided? I will be using EMS.
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by:Will Szymkowski
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You can change the set-mailboxcalendarfolder to get-mailboxcalendarfolder.

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$UserList = get-mailbox -resultsize "unlimited"
foreach ($User in $Userlist) {
Get-MailboxCalendarFolder -Identity $User:\Calendar -DetailLevel FullDetails
}

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$UserList = get-mailbox -resultsize "unlimited"
foreach ($User in $Userlist) {
Get-MailboxCalendarFolder -Identity $User:\Calendar -DetailLevel FullDetails
}

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Note: i have a typo in my first code i have corrected this in the second one. The typo was "_fulldetails" it should be "-fulldetails"

Will.
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