Apr 05 2017 05:45 PM
Apr 05 2017 05:45 PM
How can I make the calendar for all users in a particular group shared with all other users in that group? And, any time I add a new user to the all staff group, their calendar is automatically shared?
Apr 05 2017 06:37 PM
Apr 05 2017 06:54 PM
But how can i do this for all useres without each person having to set their own permissions indiviually.
In other words, i have a group called All Staff. Now, I want to set every member of that group to have reviewer permission on every other users calendar.
Thanks @Albert Dongjie!
Apr 05 2017 07:21 PM
Apr 06 2017 12:24 AM
You can do this:
Apr 06 2017 01:00 AM
I would say create a shared calender and make few users to be the owners.
Apr 06 2017 02:50 AM
Apr 11 2017 01:06 PM
How can I apply permissions to a group, and then have that permission level automatically applied to new users that are added to that group?
Apr 17 2017 12:59 AM
Apr 17 2017 05:29 AM
This is correct, and frustrating to some extent. Yes, it's easy enough to schedule a script to reapply the permission at a defined interval, but it would be really nice if permissions updated dynamically when a new member is added to a security group that has been delegated access to an object.
Sep 27 2018 10:13 AM
I have been all over the Internet looking for something that works. Finally contacted Microsoft support and they provided me with this, which works perfectly.
If in Windows 10, Powershell ISE will be pre-installed. Otherwise you need to install this.
Run as administrator to open
Run this script. It will ask you to login to your Office 365 administrator account and which level of common access you want to provide (we went for reviewer).
May 10 2021 04:23 AM
@RalphHaney Its a long time since I ran this code, but it worked fine at the time. As I mentioned in the original post, it was a common problem and the MS support team were really committed to creating a solution. The company has shrunk since then, so all diary access has become less of an issue.
May 10 2021 10:36 AM
@David_Stone2100 Thanks for the blast-from-the-past followup. I don't like it when I'm asked to override default privacy permissions on a platform, but it is what it is. I do want to stay employed. :) Appreciate your time.