Published calendar link stops long before events finish.

Outlook 365 calendar link stops in November.  Can find any setting to fix it.  We do this all the time and have no idea why it isn't working.  Thanks.
Pat O'BrienPastorAsked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
When you publish a Calendar, there's a default cutoff date of 6 months. You can see the settings via:

Get-MailboxCalendarFolder user:\Calendar | fl Publish*

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and change them if needed:

Set-MailboxCalendarFolder user:\Calendar -PublishDateRangeTo OneYear

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You cannot go above 1year.

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Pat O'BrienPastorAuthor Commented:
OK...worked last year...where is that setting?
Pat O'BrienPastorAuthor Commented:
I figure out powershell, but not getting results
PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Set-MailboxCalendarFolder frpat:\calendar -PublishDateRangeTo OneYear
The parameters 'ResetUrl', 'SearchableUrlEnabled', 'PublishDateRangeFrom', 'PublishDateRangeTo' or 'DetailLevel'
cannot be set unless publishing is enabled. Please enable publishing using 'PublishEnabled' parameter first.
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (frpat:\calendar:MailboxFolderIdParameter) [Set-MailboxCalendarFolder], Pu
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : [Server=DM5PR15MB1691,RequestId=2d3e01bf-3317-4df7-a4fa-9688d7c4ddf4,TimeStamp=5/17/2018
    4:13:32 PM] [FailureCategory=Cmdlet-PublishingNotEnabledException] BCAA7537,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.StoreTa
    + PSComputerName        :
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Have you verified that publishing is enabled on that folder? The example I gave assumes that it is, if not you have to enable it via -PublishEnabled $true.
Pat O'BrienPastorAuthor Commented:
I know nothing about this...Thanks...this is where we are, yet it isn't working
PublishEnabled       : True
PublishDateRangeFrom : ThreeMonths
PublishDateRangeTo   : OneYear
PublishedCalendarUrl :
PublishedICalUrl     :
Pat O'BrienPastorAuthor Commented:
Ok..I have it working for primary calendars...this is a secondary do I get its path?
Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Same thing really, simply replace the identity parameter from user:\Calendar to user:\secondarycalendar.

Set-MailboxCalendarFolder user:\blabla\Cal -PublishEnabled $true -PublishDateRangeTo 1year

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