office 365 administrator granting calendar access

hello experts, with exchange on site you can power shell some users access to another users calendar folder quick and easy. On office 365 I cant seem to find a way in the GUI to do it. I see that some people are able to set up power shell to office 365 but I found a couple guides and failed to successfully connect with power shell after following the guides.

Whats the easiest way for an administrator to give one user access to another users calendar in Office 365 with out having the user grant access himself through the web app ?

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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Here is a walk through how to do the whole thing in case you aren't familiar:

The detail you need is:

Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity\calendar -user -AccessRights Editor

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WAMSINCAuthor Commented:
That was precisely what I needed, worked perfectly thank you!
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