Hi @Gustavo -
Is there any way to audit a meet record in teams?
Recording a meeting is not an auditable activity so it’s not captured in the Office 365 audit log. However, the creation of a new file in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online is auditable, so you can examine those events to see if you can track new recordings.
In this blog, it provides PowerShell Script to find the creation of Teams Meeting Recordings. It uses the Search-UnifiedAuditLog cmdlet to retrieve the set of audit events for FileModified and FileUploaded actions over a set period. You could refer to the example command from it.
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