Audit Profiles

Using the Audit Profiles option, you can enable or disable auditing for Exchange Online, add new audit profiles, edit profiles, and disable or delete old ones. Apart from this, you can also modify the data fetch intervals, or run profiles manually as and when required. You need to enable Exchange Online auditing first to access the other options. To enable auditing:

  1. Go to the Settings tab.
  2. Navigate to Configuration → Exchange Online → Audit Profiles.
  3. Choose an Office 365 Tenant from the drop-down.
  4. Click Enable Audit.

Adding new audit profiles

To add new audit profiles for Exchange Online:

  1. Go to the Settings tab.
  2. Navigate to Configuration → Exchange Online → Audit Profiles.
  3. Click the Add Profile option available in the right-corner.
  4. Enter a suitable Profile Name and Description.
  5. Select the Office 365 Service, report Category, and Actions to be audited from the drop-down.
  6. Under Advanced Configuration, you can choose to filter the report based on Business Hours or by using a particular column.
  7. Click Add.

Enabling or disabling individual profiles

To enable or disable audit profiles:

  1. Go to the Settings tab.
  2. Navigate to Configuration → Exchange Online → Audit Profiles.
  3. Choose an Office 365 Tenant from the drop-down.
  4. Click the icon-enabled icon corresponding to the profiles you want to disable. If you want to enable profiles, click the icon-disabled icon.
  5. Choose Yes to confirm.

Editing audit profiles

You can edit the already existing audit profiles by following the steps below:

  1. Go to the Settings tab.
  2. Navigate to Configuration → Exchange Online → Audit Profiles.
  3. Choose an Office 365 Tenant from the drop-down.
  4. Click the icon-edit icon corresponding to the profile you want to edit.
  5. Make changes in the window that appears, and click Save.

Deleting audit profiles

To delete Exchange Online audit profiles:

  1. Go to the Settings tab.
  2. Navigate to Configuration → Exchange Online → Audit Profiles.
  3. Choose an Office 365 Tenant from the drop-down.
  4. Click the icon-delete icon beside the profiles you want to delete.
  5. Choose Yes to confirm.
Note: You can also perform enabling, disabling, and deletion operations for bulk profiles by selecting the check boxes corresponding to the profiles, and navigating to the Manage option that appears on the top.

Apart from this, you can click the icon-edit icon below the Data Fetch Interval column to edit the time gap between two data gathering processes, or click the Run Now option corresponding to the Last Data Read Time to fetch the most recent data. The result of every data fetch process is displayed under the Status section on the right, and you can view reports using the View Report option corresponding to every profile.

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