Exchange 2013 Giving one user access to 28 other users calenders. publishing editor rights ? in one go

Hi All
can you all help with the above issue I'd like to give one user in one go access rights to 28 other users calendar publishing editor rights
thank you all for your help
MarK PercYAsked:
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Todd NelsonConnect With a Mentor Systems EngineerCommented:
The first screenshot suggests the CSV is not on the C drive or the name of the CSV is not "Users.csv".

In the second screenshot, the command is out of context.  You need to run the entire command as was provided ... including the Import-Csv.  It's a one line command.

Also, remove the spaces between the quotes (" Louise Lanahan  "), like this...

Import-Csv "C:\Users.csv" | ForEach-Object { Add-MailboxFolderPermission –Identity ($_.Alias + ’:\calendar’) –User "Louise Lanahan" –AccessRights PublishingEditor }

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Or you will get an error like this...


The user " Louise Lanahan  " is either not valid SMTP address, or there is no matching information.
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Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
I recommend you create a CSV file with all of the names of the users the one user needs access to.  Similar to this...

Alias,NAME_OF_USER_THAT_NEEDS_ACCESS
JDoe,Me
BDoe,Me
JSmith,Me
BSmith,Me

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This command should add the permissions you need for the one user to access all of the calendars specified in the CSV file...

Import-Csv "C:\Users.csv" | ForEach-Object { Add-MailboxFolderPermission –Identity ($_.Alias + ’:\calendar’) –User $_.NAME_OF_USER_THAT_NEEDS_ACCESS –AccessRights PublishingEditor }

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However, if the one user already has permissions set and they need to be modified, you will use this command...

Import-Csv "C:\Users.csv" | ForEach-Object { Set-MailboxFolderPermission –Identity ($_.Alias + ’:\calendar’) –User $_.NAME_OF_USER_THAT_NEEDS_ACCESS –AccessRights PublishingEditor }

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Let us know.
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MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Hi Todd,

Thank you once again for the above information these are the users & this is what she needs.
Can you support with this please?.&should I start learning PowerShell & do you have any suggestions
Thank you for your support by the way its been invaluable


I need to be publishing editor to the following:

Amalia Khemet
Amy Farrell
Andrew White
Anna Holland
Caroline Barnet
Charlotte Hynes
Chris Bruce
Guy Sumaili
Jackie O’Rourke
Jack Lynch
Jake Fowler
Joanna Drake
Jordan Blake
Kiran Kaur
Kirsty Hull
Luke Guest
Matthew Redmond
Matthew Wallis
Meg Harris
Natasha Nabbijan
Nimerjeet Kaur
Raphael Sanglay
Rebecca Collins
Rebecca Rae
Shannon Barnes
Sophie Burgess
Stephanie Matthews
Tayo Omole
Victoria Davies
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Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
The CSV will look like the following.  Save as "Users.csv" on C: ...

Alias
Amalia Khemet
Amy Farrell
Andrew White
Anna Holland
Caroline Barnet
Charlotte Hynes
Chris Bruce
Guy Sumaili
Jackie O’Rourke
Jack Lynch
Jake Fowler
Joanna Drake
Jordan Blake
Kiran Kaur
Kirsty Hull
Luke Guest
Matthew Redmond
Matthew Wallis
Meg Harris
Natasha Nabbijan
Nimerjeet Kaur
Raphael Sanglay
Rebecca Collins
Rebecca Rae
Shannon Barnes
Sophie Burgess
Stephanie Matthews
Tayo Omole
Victoria Davies

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Then run this command in the Exchange Management Shell...

Import-Csv "C:\Users.csv" | ForEach-Object { Add-MailboxFolderPermission –Identity ($_.Alias + ’:\calendar’) –User "ENTER THE NAME OF USER THAT NEEDS ACCESS HERE" –AccessRights PublishingEditor }

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After running the command, should you receive an error like this...

An existing permission entry was found for user: ...


You will need to run this command...

Import-Csv "C:\Users.csv" | ForEach-Object { Set-MailboxFolderPermission –Identity ($_.Alias + ’:\calendar’) –User "ENTER THE NAME OF USER THAT NEEDS ACCESS HERE" –AccessRights PublishingEditor }

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If you want to see if the permissions were set properly, run this command...

Import-Csv "C:\Users.csv" | ForEach-Object { Get-MailboxFolderPermission ($_.Alias + ':\calendar') }

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Hope that helps.

Should I start learning PowerShell?

Yes. If that is what you want.


Do you have any suggestions?

Get yourself a lab server ... http://www.expta.com/2016/05/expta-gen7-home-lab-server-builds-and.html
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MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Hi Todd,

Thank you for this information it is so helpful & supportive. Please would you mind having a look at the screenshots I've added when I run the first script via Exchange Management Shell I get an error message.

Import-Csv "C:\Users.csv" | ForEach-Object { Add-MailboxFolderPermission –Identity ($_.Alias + ’:\calendar’) –User " Louise Lanahan  " –AccessRights PublishingEditor }

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MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
Can anyone help
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MarK PercYAuthor Commented:
fantastic support
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