I'm responsible for a an IIS web site in our organization that has links to shared documents (.docx files, .pdfs, .mp4 videos, etc.).
We used to post the files on OneDrive, create a share, and copy/paste the share URL as a link on the web site. It worked great.
The problem was that the file on OneDrive - hence the shared link - was tied to a specific user. This would be a problem if that user left. So we decided to post our files to a Teams Channel instead.
It seemed to work "better". But a problem we discovered with Teams is that users can't access the content unless they happen to be a member of the Teams Channel. Even if we share the link to "Everybody in the organization with the link"... they still have to "Request access" before they can view the content.
Q: Is there some way to post a file on OneDrive so that the file remains - and the share remains valid - even if the user who originally posted it leaves the organization?
Q: Is there another, better solution to the problem?