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Which of the following Powershell commands would give User2 access to User1's calendar? User2 does not currently have access to anything of User1's

Which of the following Powershell commands would give User2 access to User1's calendar? User2 does not currently have access to anything of User1's

  • Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity User1@contoso.com:\Calendar -User User2 -AccessRights Owner
  • Set-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity User1@contoso.com:\Calendar -User User2 -AccessRights Owner
  • Add-MailboxPermission -Identity User1@contoso.com:\Calendar -User User2 -AccessRights Owner
  • Set-MailboxPermission -Identity User1@contoso.com:\Calendar -User User2 -AccessRights Owner 
Which of the following Powershell commands would give User2 access to User1's calendar? User2 does not currently have access to anything of User1's

EXPLANATION

There are two things to notice.  First is that you're trying to give new permissions to User2 and not change current permissions of User2 within User1's mailbox.  So we'll want to use Add instead of Set.  Set is used to change permissions if a user already has some sort of permissions within the mailbox.

The second thing is that the calendar is a folder within the mailbox.  We don't want User2 to be able to read User1's emails, so we'll do Add-MailboxFolderPermission instead of Add-MailboxPermission.

SOURCE

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298062(v=exchg.160).aspx
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