Setting a litigation hold on Streams data

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We'd like to start using session recording within Teams as well as Stream, but our counsel has issued a mandate that the sessions within Streams need to be able to be held and discoverable.

 

I know that Teams data is stored in SharePoint and can be placed in a hold quite easily, but the documentation resources do not include Stream data (e.g.: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/legal-hold).

 

 

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