Logitech Brio Stream - Microsoft Teams Rooms Content Camera

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Have recently purchased the Brio Stream expecting to work as a standard Brio for use as a content camera.

Due to current constraints on the standard version.

However it’s firmware provides it with a different device id and presents as Brio stream and is coming up as unsupported.

Can this be added to the certified list? As it appears to be essentially the same device?
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