03-23-2020 08:43 AM
03-23-2020 08:43 AM
hello guys ,
in my organization when people record meetings in MS Teams , the recordings is automatically uploaded to streams.
now the thing is that some people's recording permissions are being Limited with the yellow icon and some other are being Company with the green icon.
how can i fix that ? what is happening ?
03-23-2020 12:56 PM
@robert_robert The person who initiated recording of the meeting should be the owner of the video. That person can give access to others by going to their videos (my content>videos), clicking the edit (pencil symbol) next to the video, and changing the permission for the video. They can search for a group to give members of that group access.
We record safety presentations in Teams and have to do this each time before the video is visible to everyone in our Safety channel, even if they can see it in Teams in the meeting thread.
03-23-2020 01:04 PM
03-23-2020 01:07 PM
Sorry Im not sure I understand your reply. More explicitly what I have done is to create a team with people from the organization. Then schedule and record a live meeting and the video gets saved to Stream. Those members of the organization have access to stream the video, but not be able to download the mp4 file to their own device. Thanks.
03-23-2020 01:14 PM
03-23-2020 01:39 PM
@robert_robert I'm not sure why permissions of a video would vary based on who recorded it. Maybe a difference between someone who is an owner of a Team vs. a member? In my experience, the permissions are consistent.
I see the setting that changes limited vs. all-company. I attached a screenshot. The owner of the video can change this setting to make it available to everyone, but not sure how to make that happen automatically.
I tried to do a test just now, but I have not been able to upload anything to Stream since last week. Any recorded meeting in Teams give an error message that it failed to upload to Stream.
03-23-2020 01:45 PM
03-23-2020 01:46 PM
@nmstough I believe that only owners of a video can download it. Others can watch the video, if you give them permission to do so, but not download it. You would have to make someone an owner of the video to give them download access.
03-23-2020 01:48 PM
OK, thanks. Thats very clear then. I cannot test this of course because I am the owner of the video and have no way to portray others access.
04-22-2020 02:15 PM