How to block users from viewing one’s calendar

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I was asked to block one executive person's calendar that only one or two persons can view the time blocks available when you put in a meeting request. I am not sure if this is doable by not allowing anyone in the organization to view anything from this executive person's calendar/time availability? If so, can you let me know how as we are using Exchange 2003 with Outlook 2003? Thanks, Rick Baker
ASKED: December 14, 2006  8:54 AM
UPDATED: December 15, 2006  2:43 PM

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Open the calendar you want to restrict access to right click on calendar select sharing. remove account that shouldn’t have access, add whoever should.

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  • Toneroo
    You can also do it through Tools>options>calendar options. Select Resource scheduling and there is a set permissions button there.
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    You can also do it through Tools>options>calendar options. Select Resource scheduling and there is a set permissions button there.
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