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Thread: Access denied when making private appointments in shared calendar

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    Default Access denied when making private appointments in shared calendar

    In our pilot-journey we having the following problem.
    This is how we like to see it:
    - One public calendar, shared to all, by the admin user
    - People should make private appointments
    But when creating a private appointment/meeting we are receiving the follow error:

    method: CreateAppointmentRequest
    msg: permission denied: you do not have permission to create private calendar item in this folder
    code: service.PERM_DENIED

    Are we trying something which is not possible or not the proper way?

    - Gerwin

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    I guess the first most obvious question is what permissions did you share out the calendar with? Sharing granting Manager or Admin privileges would allow for you to add appointments in, whereas viewer (the default option) wouldn't allow this.

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    These are set to full rights actually.

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    I am seeing the exact same behavior. Namely, a user has been granted 'rwixda' privileges on a shared calendar, but they can not mark events as private in that calendar. They receive the same error as the OP listed.

    Was there ever any fix identified for this?



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