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    We recently added the ability to transfer ownership to another user when deleting a user’s account from AAD from the M365 admin portal. If no entry is provided, the default will transfer to the manager. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/retention-and-deletion

    The manager or newly assigned owner will have the ability to sync that content or download and then move to a shared library or their own OneDrive.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I really struggle to imagine the workplan Microsoft is imagining people and businesses have. Someone gets employed, makes a folder, and then never ever leaves the company? This sort of thing is such a bizarre missing feature. You could just copied Google Drive, which is FREE, and it would have been a more complete system than this.

    You can't even have multiple owners? So I can't support a non-technical user? Or we can co-manage anything?

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