This PowerShell script creates a general callable function to report on double bookings in meetings rooms / resources in Microsoft Exchange 2016 or Office 365. This script is meant for Microsoft Exchange administrators and support.
Version: 3.00.07# WHAT DOES THIS DO?# This PowerShell script creates a general callable function to report on double bookings in # meetings rooms / resources in Microsoft Exchange 2016 or Office 365 #
Operating System: Windows
# WHO IS THIS FOR?# This script is meant for Microsoft Exchange administrators and support folks that manage Exchange. # It is NOT meant for end users (but see below on Sumatra's OTHER solution for that) # # WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THIS SCRIPT OUTPUT?# This script produces a CSV file that lists up-coming conflicts in resources.# It shows the meeting room, organizers, meeting start and end time, and the
# number of conflicts. Please note: There is no subject! Most rooms are # configured only to show the organizer name as the subject.# # We recommend sending an Excel spreadsheet with this information to all people
# on the list with instructions. For example:...'
- We've noticed one of your upcoming meetings conflicts with one or more meetings
- booked in the xxx conference room on the same date and time. We've
- attached the list of conflicts and the name(s) of the other meeting
- organizers. We hope you will work out the conflicts, in advance, to
- avoid any unnecessary altercations in the room. Management frowns
- upon violence in the workplace.' ...#
- HOW TO USE THIS FILE1.
- Make a copy and work on the copy2.
- You will need a SERVICE ACCOUNT with IMPERSONATE Rights to any conference rooms or resources
- you wish to check for double bookings.
- For instructions on setting up a service account see:
- If it looks like code -- it IS code -- DO NOT MODIFY IT!4.
- GO to the 'CUSTOMIZE HERE FOR YOUR ENVIRONMENT' Section at the very bottom to set up your credentials
- and any relevant parameters5.
- Follow additional instructions at bottom
Version 3.00.07: No recent changes.