My name is Chris and this is my first blog. Thought of sharing some wonderful script which is available on TechNet Gallery written and posted by Zachary Loeber. The script is available here for download.
Caution : The script is available as is where is basis. Please run the script at your own risk. MSEXCHANGETEAM.IN or the Author of the script would not be held responsible for any loss or damage caused post running the script.
Figure 1.1 : Using Outlook
In figure 1.1 we have used outlook to check the permission for specific calendar. If you are the owner then you can add or remove permissions.
Figure 1.2 : Using Exchange PowerShell.
In figure 1.2 we can check the same using PowerShell.
So far the result what we have in figure 1.1 and 1.2 is not that easy to understand.
To run the script.
- Download the script from the above link.
- Save the script in any folder.
- Open Exchange PowerShell and run the script as follows
Figure 1.3 : Running the script using EMS.
In figure 1.3 post running the script hit Populate as shown above.
Figure 1.4 : Detailed View
In figure 1.4 we have three columns. Mailbox, User and Permission
Figure 1.5 : Successfully populated permission.
In figure 1.5 the permission is listed as you select the mailbox of your choice. Isn’t it easy.
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