Best practices/methods for archiving terminated user OneDrive for Business data?

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I understand using Litigation Hold and Retention Policy for archiving and holding terminated employee Exchange Online mailbox data, but is there a similar method for archiving and keeping their OneDrive data in a secure location that doesn't take up a full M365 license to hold it in case we have a requirement to bring it back for regulatory compliance purposes?

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