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== Adding the "UC/SC Office Tracker" User to your Exchange permissions ==
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(This assumes the user is using Outlook 2010)
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* Open Outlook
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* Go to "Calendar"
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* Right click on the word "Calendar" at the top of your calendar and choose "Calendar Permissions" under the share menu
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[[Image:Calendar_permissions.png|200px]]
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* On the Calendar Properties Screen, under the "Permissions" tab, click "Add"
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* Search for "Tracker", you will find an account labeled "Tracker, Office UC". Select this account and click "Add". Finally Click "OK"
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[[Image:Adding_the_UCOfficeTracker_user.PNG|200px]]
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* Return to the "Calendar Properties" window, select "Editor" on the drop-down menu for "Permission Level".
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[[Image:Tracker_permission_level.PNG|200px]]
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* Click "OK".
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The OfficeTracker synchronization user now has permissions to create and modify events on your exchange calendar.

Latest revision as of 17:42, 24 April 2013

Adding the "UC/SC Office Tracker" User to your Exchange permissions

(This assumes the user is using Outlook 2010)

  • Open Outlook
  • Go to "Calendar"
  • Right click on the word "Calendar" at the top of your calendar and choose "Calendar Permissions" under the share menu

Calendar permissions.png

  • On the Calendar Properties Screen, under the "Permissions" tab, click "Add"
  • Search for "Tracker", you will find an account labeled "Tracker, Office UC". Select this account and click "Add". Finally Click "OK"

Adding the UCOfficeTracker user.PNG

  • Return to the "Calendar Properties" window, select "Editor" on the drop-down menu for "Permission Level".

Tracker permission level.PNG

  • Click "OK".

The OfficeTracker synchronization user now has permissions to create and modify events on your exchange calendar.