Attaching Meeting room calendars to multiple users outlook via power shell command

I wanted to find out if there is an exchange powershell command that will attach a meeting room calendar to multiple users outlook profile so they don't have to add a shared calendar.
I have to add a meeting room calendar to 20 users of a particular site and just thought there may be a way to automate it installed of logging into multiple pc's.
Brent_1978Asked:
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Michael PfisterCommented:
A third-party tool Profman/Outlook redemption might be able to do that.
http://www.dimastr.com/redemption/home.htm

But it involves some programming and I'm not sure if it can add a single calendar.

Anyway if you've created the meeting room as a resource its better to let the user add the room via the Schduling Assistant. It has an extra Room button ...

HTH

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