Configuring Asset/Resource Calendar

Configuring Asset/Resource Calendar

Locate the desired Asset on a Site level map.

Click the pencil icon.

There are up to 3 fields that may require configuration.

Calendar View:
- No Calendar - disable calendar access.
- Free/busy only- this is generally the default for display.
- Detailed View  - show additional appointment information. It is also dependent upon permissions/access of the defined account when using Exchange Server calendar provider.

Calendar Email/UPN: The email address of the resource to be displayed. Again, the specified account for Exchange Server calendar provider will need at least free/busy access to display details.

Do Not Use Default Calendar Provider: Select this option if additional integration providers have been configured , this may be done when resources do not reside in the default calendar provider Integration.

Calendar:  Select the alternative Calendar provider (if applicable).

Once this has been configured, the Calendar Icon should be visible for the asset.

Click the calendar icon to display Calendar details for the resource.
If there are any configuration or permission errors, a red message may be displayed.
The messages returned are directly from the provider.

Invalid credentials

Invalid or inaccessible host

Example display - normal and agenda views.

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