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Spatial Anchor stored remotely

Is there a way to store spatial anchors remotely? Expanding on the Mixed Reality 250 tutorial, I'm thinking of a scenario where I don't want any one Hololens/Immersive Headset user to be the sole owner of the spatial anchor, but instead have the anchors stored somewhere on the network or the cloud. That way, when a user restarts their app, a hologram may be in a different location from their last session. Meaning, the hologram got moved by some other user while they were away. Is this possible?

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