PowerShell Get-MailboxFolderPermission -identity "*:\Calendar"

Hi @ all,

My Powershell skills are basic. I need a script for the following purpose:

Get Mailboxpermission on the folder "Calendar" of all Users in the company where User "XY" has permission on.

I tried to run the following command which gives almost the result I want.

$userAccounts = get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited
ForEach ($user in $userAccounts)
{
Get-MailboxFolderPermission -identity ($user.UserPrincipalName + ":\Calendar")
}

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But it doesn't sort each result with the associated user... How can I achieve that?

Thanks for any help!
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Amit KumarCommented:
Please use below:

$results = foreach ($mbx in (get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited)) {Get-MailboxFolderPermission ($mbx.samaccountname+":\calendar") [b]-user XY[/b] | select @{Name='Name';Expression={$mbx.Name}}, FolderName,Identity,Accessrights}
$results | select {$_.Name},{$_.FolderName},{$_.Identity},{$_.Accessrights} | Export-Csv c:\data.csv -nti

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above command will save output in csv file in c drive data.csv, I have mentioned specific user for whom you are looking permissions. so its upon you that you want to check permission for that user or all users.

To get permission for all users please use below:

$results = foreach ($mbx in (get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited)) {Get-MailboxFolderPermission ($mbx.samaccountname+":\calendar") | select @{Name='Name';Expression={$mbx.Name}}, FolderName,Identity,Accessrights}
$results | select {$_.Name},{$_.FolderName},{$_.Identity},{$_.Accessrights} | Export-Csv c:\data.csv -nti

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