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SharePoint Document Auditing

When multiple users collaborate, you need to monitor the shared resources. You should be able to determine who has viewed sensitive documents, whether they had permission to do so, how many times a particular document has been downloaded, and more. This isn't just a precaution, it's a good way to keep up with your SharePoint environment.

SharePoint auditing helps you track how your documents are being used, maintain a document history for future reference, and meet compliance regulations.

View your SharePoint data as event audit logs. You can search, sort, filter, and analyze each event to determine where it occurred, how it occurred, and who was behind it. In addition, comprehensive graphs provide summaries of each event.

Keep track of multiple events

You can view the following document modifications as audit reports:

 

Created

 

Modified

 

Renamed

 

Shared

 

Viewed

 

Moved

 

Downloaded and Uploaded

 

Checked in and
checked out

 

Deleted and restored

 

Permission added and removed

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On Premise: Document Changes

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Office 365: File and Folder Changes

View a list of document details

Audit reports list various document details, including:

  • The document name
  • The event or type of action performed on the document
  • The site name containing the audited document
  • The date and time of the event
  • The name and corresponding login name of the user who performed the event
  • The full location path where the event happened and its URL

You can export these audit reports in CSV, PDF, XLS, and HTML formats by using the Export As option.

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