This section contains information about how to enable calendar service for a user.
When users are created, they are normally enabled for calendar service. However, it is possible that a user can be disabled. To re-enable the user for calendar services, you must use one of the methods in this section.
Enabling a user is implemented slightly differently, between the Delegated Administrator Console and the Utility. Thus, you should use the same tool for both enabling and disabling a user. Do not disable using one tool and re-enable using another.
This section covers the following methods of enabling a user:
You can not disable a user from the Console. You can remove calendar service and then re-add them. To re-add the service, select the user from the User List page and use the Assign Service Package wizard to add the calendar service package to the user's LDAP entry. The user is automatically enabled.
This is the same procedure used to add calendar service (14.5.4 Adding Calendar Service to a User).
Delegated Administrator Utility can enable a user with either one of the following choices:
Enabling the user by changing the icsStatus to active.
commadmin user modify -A icsStatus:active to enable the user.
Adding the calendar service to the user LDAP entry.
commadmin user modify -S cal
Be sure to use the same method to enable and disable a user. If you tried to enable a user with Delegated Administrator Console, after having disabled the user with Delegated Administrator Utility (changing the icsStatus only), the system will not be able to add service since the user already has service and the user will still be disabled.
To re-enable a user for calendar service, use csuser enable to remove icsAllowedServiceAccess="http" from the user's LDAP record.