Microsoft Stream End Of Life - disable classic and migrate data
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Feb 13, 2023 3:30 AM

Microsoft Stream End Of Life - disable classic and migrate data

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Get to know about Microsoft Stream Classic end of life and plan to mitigate it. In this tutorial, I'm sharing how to disable Stream Classic and migrate existing

Get to know about Microsoft Stream Classic end of life and plan to mitigate it. In this tutorial, I’m sharing how to disable Stream Classic and migrate existing data to SharePoint or OneDrive.

Remember Microsoft Stream Classic will be deprecated at 24 February 2024.

Overview of migrating from Microsoft Stream (Classic) to Stream (on SharePoint) - Microsoft Stream | Microsoft Learn

Microsoft Stream End Of Life

Microsoft Stream End Of Life is a program designed to help companies move away from their existing classic streaming systems and migrate their data to the newer, more efficient Microsoft Stream platform. The program provides guidance on how to disable classic streaming services, as well as assistance in migrating data into the new system. It also provides resources for troubleshooting any issues that may arise during this process. This will ensure that companies have access to all of their content when they make the switch and can easily transition without any disruption or loss of data.

3 days ago — Information on migrating from Microsoft Stream (Classic) to Microsoft Stream (on SharePoint).

6 days ago — Another way you can disable Classic for your end users is by removing the Stream licenses. The existing Stream licenses assigned to your users ...

5 days ago — Stream (Classic) URLs and embeds will be supported for one year after Stream (classic) end of life. The table below summarizes the support plan.

Jan 12, 2023 — As we shared in November 2021 , Stream (Classic) will be retired as customers transition to the new Stream platform built on SharePoint.