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Outlook - block attendees in Schedule Meeting

by p0et / March 13, 2008 2:40 AM PDT

I'm trying to setup a system where my end-users can book a laptop to use via "schedule meeting" in Outlook. It works fine if they remember to select the laptop and input as a "resource". But if they select the laptop as a required attendee instead of resource, it won't give them a message that it's already booked like it will if booked as a resource.

Is there a way to block people from booking the laptop as a required attendee, so they can only book as a resource? Wow! I even confused myself! Hope some of you understand what I'm trying to do here.


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