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I Cannot edit a Resource Calendar I added? When I attempt to edit or view or add I cannot. please advise how to change so that everyone in my organization can edit/view the calendar?

I think I need to do this via powershell but I am a newbie. Please advise.
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You will need to assign yourself as a booking delegate or assign yourself Full Access mailbox delegation through the Exchange Online EAC or assign yourself permissions through PowerShell.

The permissions of a resource mailbox by default are "Default {AvailabilityOnly}" and "Anonymous {None}" regardless if you created it or not.

To modify permissions through PowerShell, first connect to O365, then run these commands...

Check current calendar permissions...

Get-MailboxFolderPermission "RESOURCEMAILBOXNAME:\calendar"

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This will set permissions of an existing user...

Set-MailboxFolderPermission "RESOURCEMAILBOXNAME:\calendar" -User Default -AccessRights LimitedDetails

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This command will add a new user with permissions...

Add-MailboxFolderPermission "RESOURCEMAILBOXNAME:\calendar" -User Administrator -AccessRights Owner

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Take a look at these references for modifying resource calendar permissions...

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