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Missing Teams Recording

![73718-image.png][1] [1]: /answers/storage/attachments/73718-image.png I recorded a meeting yesterday and it still hasn't showed up on my Chat in Teams. I've also looked in Streams and in my OneDrive and cannot find it anywhere. Can you help please?

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Hi @LizWhittaker-6740

Can you record Teams meeting normally in Teams meeting?

Is your meeting a channel meeting or a non-channel meeting?

According to your image, it seems that you are fail to start recording in the meeting.

If we start a Teams meeting without recording, it will show as your image is. If you successfully start recording during the meeting, it will indicate that by a prompting message as below:

Start Recording:


Stop Recording:

In this case, we firstly recommend you check if you can record the meeting normally. If you can’t record meeting, please check the following prerequisites are required for both the meeting organizer and the person who is initiating the recording:

*User has Office 365 E1, E3, E5, A1, A3, A5, Microsoft 365 Business Premium, Business Standard, or Business Basic1
*User has consented to the company guidelines, if set up by the admin
*User has sufficient storage in Microsoft Stream for recordings to be saved
*User has CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -AllowCloudRecording setting set to true in order to record meetings and group calls
*User has CsTeamsCallingPolicy -AllowCloudRecordingForCalls setting set to true in order to record 1:1 calls
*User is not an anonymous, Guest, or federated user in the meeting
*To enable transcription for a user's meeting, the Teams meeting policy they are assigned to must have the -AllowTranscription setting set to true.

In addition, please run the command “Get-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity Global” to check your RecordingStorageMode. If the RecordingStorageMode is OneDriveforBusiness, for non-channel meeting, the recording is stored in a folder named Recordings that's at the top level of the OneDrive for Business that belongs to the person who started the meeting recording. For Channel meetings, the recording is stored in the Teams site documentation library in a folder named Recordings.

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Thank you, but your screenshots do not reflect what I see in the chat thread. This screenshot was of a successfully recorded meeting, as you can see there is no notification that Recording was started (although it had) - and the video was successfully published at the end of the meeting.


We can record Teams Meetings normally (as you can see in the latest screenshot) and both were non-channel meetings. (The one that recorded and the one that didnt in the origonal post)


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What is your recording storage mode?

The first picture I provided you can see it in Teams meeting room if the record is started.

If you record Teams meeting successfully, it will show in Teams conversation after several minutes. So it seems your first Teams meeting record is not successfully recorded.

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Just checking in to see if above information was helpful. If you have any further updates on this issue, please feel free to post back.

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