Join Toni Saddler-French for an in-depth discussion in this video Audit actions on files and libraries, part of Managing Records in SharePoint.
…There may be times when you need to audit the actions that people take on content.…This might especially be the case if you're dealing with a legal or…a sensitive issue.…You can audit for example the changes that people make to a file,…such as when they create, delete, modify or move the file.…You can also see when people change policies or permissions.…You can also see the searches that people perform on your site.…Let's take a look at the site collection audit settings for the site collection.…Let's go to Site Settings, and then click Site Collection Audit Settings.…
So I'm going to have this report trimmed to the last seven days.…And I'll have older data saved in shared documents, and I'll specify the events to…audit, including editing, checking out or in, moving, deleting or restoring,…changing content types, the searches, and editing users and permissions.…Now I'll click OK.…Now let's run an audit log report.…You can see we reports on specific actions such as viewing or modification.…You can see reports on information management policies.…
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