How do I construct anchor tags in a static HTML file referencing files in the same folder?

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I am using the Teams desktop app. In teams on the files tab for a channel I created a folder and uploaded several videos there. I created an HTML index document describing each of the videos with a link. I used the get URL action from the Teams GUI for each file. If I click the index file it renders as expected. Unfortunately, if I click a link it opens a browser window and wants me to authenticate. I don't want that to happen. I want them to start playing as if I clicked on the video file itself. So I removed the server prefix from each link replacing with "./" and also tried without the "./". If I click one of the links a page appears with "Server Error, 404 - File or directory not found." I went to office.com, signed in, and opened Teams with the browser. When hovering over one of the links it shows
https://www.odwebp.svc.ms/ArchiveTopBitrate_video_3000000.mp4
The server adds "www.odwebp.svc.ms" because the links do not begin with "https://" and constructs the URLs wrong. How do I make this work?

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@subjectivist Hi, I manage a similar need by adding the Wakelet app