Deleting internet calendar on one computer removes it from all computers

DRC

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Outlook 2010 32 bit
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I use Outlook 2010 on 4 different computers. On each of them, I subscribe to several of my Google calendars by adding the ICS addresses of those calendars. The problem I'm experiencing is that, if I remove an internet calendar from one of my 4 computers (right-click, delete), it is removed from all 4 computers as well! This is not the behavior that I expected or wanted - I just want to remove the calendar from that one computer but have it remain on the others. When I delete an internet (Google) calendar on a computer, Outlook warns that "Deleting this folder removes the related Internet Calendar from all computers that you use.", but I did not take that seriously as I could not imagine that Outlook on one of my computers could communicate with Outlook on my other 3 computers. Does anyone know what's going on and how I can delete an internet (Google) calendar in Outlook on one of my computers without affecting the other 3 computers?
 

DRC

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Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
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IMAP
That is weird - it should only do that if you use exchange server mailbox. In File, Account Settings, Internet Calendar tab, are the calendar checked to share with other profiles?
Ok, I lied. I have 2 accounts in Outlook: IMAP with Gmail is one and the second is an Exchange account. I checked the calendar settings as you suggested and found that the box next to "Display this calendar on other computers with the account:" has a check in it and it is pointing to my Exchange account. I did not do this - it must be the default. So, is it a simple matter of "unchecking" that box for all internet calendars on all 4 machines? Thanks!
 
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