Recording File with Access to View and Download (Non-Channel meetings)

Mai87 21 Reputation points
2021-08-12T10:10:39.673+00:00

Is it possible for a person to have the access to download the recording initiated by other person? For example, we have 2 Admins and Admin A has clicked on record. Can we give access to Admin B to download the recording?

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  1. Allen Xu_MSFT 13,781 Reputation points
    2021-08-13T01:37:13.277+00:00

    Hi @Mai87 ,

    For non-channel meetings, the recording will be stored in the Recordings folder in the OneDrive directory of the person who started the recording. Only the organizer of the meeting and the person who started the recording will be able to edit the recording. But everyone invited to the meeting will be able to view the recording.

    If you recorded or organized the meeting, you can share the recording with people who weren't invited to the meeting—by just sharing it like you would share any other file.

    Just find the file in OneDrive or SharePoint and share it directly with people or copy a link and share it however you like. Reference: Share a document using SharePoint or OneDrive. At this time, anyone who can view a meeting recording stored in OneDrive and SharePoint can also download a copy of it.


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