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If you don't want to use version history, this approach will work for a list: customize the list form with InfoPath. Add a multi line plain text field for the change log. create an XML file that has a node for each field you want to monitor add the XML file as a data connection Use Form Open rules to write the current values of the monitored fields to ...


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Easiest way is version history. It shows who modified which columns and when.


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You can not do this out of the box. Development is required (or workflow like Jammin said) An alternative is to create an event receiver. This event will run whenever an item is updated. At that time, through code in C#, you can verify which columns were modified and by which user. And you can create new columns to register the author of such changes. ...


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Possible through custom SharePoint Designer workflow and lots of hidden fields. Assume 10 columns of visible info Column1 has data, column11 has what data used to be, column21 had column editor On item change check if column1 = column11 if not, set current user in column21 Then set column11 = column1 You will need steps 1&2 for each column you want ...


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The below are the pre-requisites for SharePoint Admins to have the auditing capabilities via Compliance center. SharePoint admin. Exchange online license (this is required because all the underlying cmnd are running under exchange online with in office 365) the user should be a member of the organization management group (global admins will be having it as ...


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It's stored in a hidden list by the name "Access Requests", if I guess correctly there should be one in each site/sub site where permissions inheritance is broken.


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There are couple of tools available, but you have to try them and see if they fulfill there requirement. DeliverPoint SharePoint Permissions Management ControlPoint from Metalogix Build the Perfect SharePoint Security Report You can try this free codeplex tool: SharePoint Permission Analyzer



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