You do not have permissions to schedule Skype for Business Meetings on behalf of the owner of this account.
Issue: Unable to schedule Skype for Business / Lync meeting on behalf of the owner.
Error Message: You do not have permissions to schedule Skype for Business Meetings on behalf of the owner of this account. Please contact the owner of the account to get delegate permissions in Microsoft Skype for Business.
User ‘A’ has Editor Permission on User ‘B’s calendar however user ‘A’ cannot schedule Lync or Skype meeting on behalf of user ‘A’. Basically user ‘B’ has calendar permission means he can add/remove appointment and see free/busy information however cannot schedule Skype/ Lync meeting because user ‘A’ has not allowed Skype or Lync delegate permissions.
In above case user ‘B’ has calendar permission however not have Skype / Lync delegate permission.
How to allow calendar permission?Open Outlook 2013> Click on ‘File’ > ‘Account settings’ > ‘Delegate Access’ > ‘Add’ user whom you want to allow calendar rights. (Give Editor Rights on calendar in order to manage complete calendar).
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How to add delegates on Skype for Business or Lync client?
PA: User must have enterprise voice enable in order to get ‘Call forwarding’ options.
a. Open Skype for Business / Lync 2013 client > click on ‘Options’ icon (Gear icon).
b. Click on ‘Call forwarding’ > ‘edit my delegates member’ > ‘Add’ > ‘choose a Delegate’ from available list. Refer below image.
c. Click on OK.
d. After adding delegation, user ‘B’ will get message on their Lync or Skype client that ‘You were added as delegate for ….’ Refer below Image.
1. If User ‘A’ is on Lync 2010 client and adding delegate user who is on Lync 2013 or Skype for Business 2015 client then delegation will not work. Give below message.
2. Delegation will work between Lync 2013 client to Skype for Business 2015 and vice versa.
3. Delegation will work between Lync 2010 client to Lync 2010 client and vice versa.