check before: 2020-02-16
Updated April 3, 2020: Based on feedback and analysis we have decided to not roll out the feature at this time. We are working on improvements to provide more control. We will communicate via Message center when we are ready to move forward. We apologize for the inconvenience. Updated February 19, 2020: We are updating the roll-out timeframe to ensure the best experience. We apologize for any inconvenience. Updated February 13, 2020: We have updated the post to emphasize the default state once this change is made. Meeting recordings are stored in Microsoft Stream cloud storage. Tenant admins have an option to go the Microsoft Teams admin center to turn ON/OFF ?Allow cloud recording? setting for Teams meetings. The recording feature is currently disabled for customers whose Teams data is stored in-country if Microsoft Stream is not available in country. We will be changing this configuration by enabling the recording feature for customers even if Microsoft Stream data residency is not yet in country. Once enabled ?Allow cloud recording? will be OFF by default. This roll-out will respect existing settings. We will begin rolling this change in mid-March (previously February) and expect to be complete by the end of April (previously March). Note: This change applies to Teams meeting recordings only. There is a plan for implementing a similar change for Teams live events, and we will communicate via Message center when available.
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