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SharePoint calendar recurring event start time

I would like to know how to access SharePoint calendar recurring event auto-generated start time using powershell. I can only access it by editing an event item and saving it as an instance. Is there way to automatically instanciate a recurring event as a series of calendar items?

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@TerryChan-5178 ,

Could you please tell the version of SharePoint, SharePoint Server or SharePoint Online?

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It is SharePoint Server 2016.

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@TerryChan-5178 ,

Thanks for your reply. However, I am a little confused about your needs and have something to confirm with you. Do you mean that you want to edit the start time of one or several events in all recurring events and all recurring events to become individual items so you can easily edit them?

Does All Events or Current Events view meet your requirement?
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@TerryChan-5178 ,

Is there any update?

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@AllenXu-MSFT

For event, there is actually one calendar item. I can't access the start date of the recurring items because they only exist in view but not as actual calendar item. So, I can't access the start date programmatically using powershell.

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@TerryChan-5178 ,

Yes, I could also reproduce this on my end. I'm afraid there is no way to aceess the recurring items using powershell.

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