Jul 09 2019 12:43 AM
Jul 09 2019 12:43 AM
hello, I have shared a video on Stream with a colleague of mine who uses the same e-mail domain on Microsoft stream. She received the invitation to watch the video but cannot access it. When she follows the link from the invitation, the page tells her that video is "may be not for you". What could be the problem?
Jul 09 2019 12:50 AMSolution
Jul 09 2019 02:32 AM - edited Jul 09 2019 02:33 AM
@N_Titley Let us know if @Christopher Hoard suggested fix works you issue as it might be related to issue im having "Almost done" and "This may not be for you" issue.
Jul 09 2019 02:44 AM
Jul 09 2019 03:10 AM
Feb 08 2021 12:26 PM
@Christopher Hoard Thank you for the information. I'm having the same issue, but I've looked at the list of people the video is shared with and at least two people in that list are not able to view the video, even though the video was explicitly 'shared' with them. I don't necessarily want to make them owners either. Do you know of anything else that would prevent someone from viewing a video, even though they are in the 'Share with..' list?
Mar 23 2021 10:25 AM
Mar 24 2021 01:35 AM
An update for everyone having this issue. Its been over a long time since this happened to me but it was resolved and i think i recall the issue and its not mentioned on here so might be worth a check for everyone here.
For me the issue was my company microsoft account i was using was managed by IT and they handled the subscription licences and permissions on my Office 365 and other licences. The issue was i had an odd combination of permissions that meant i was not granted access to the teams video sharing part of Microsoft even though i could access other parts.
In short the solution was make sure you have a valid licence/subscription linked to your account.
Jul 15 2022 10:30 PM
@ have shared a video on Stream with a colleague of mine who uses the same e-mail domain on Microsoft stream. He received the invitation can able view the excel and word documents but cannot see the video in the same access links.