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Assuming that you are using SharePoint 2013, the following REST api query will do the job: http://siteUrl/_api/web/getuserbyid(554)


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Alerts are a great way to keep track of the changes your teammates make to documents and lists. You need the Create Alerts permission to create alerts. This permission is granted usually with the out-of-the-box configuration of the Site Members SharePoint group. For more refer to this: Use Alerts in SharePoint 2010 You may also take help from this earlier ...


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I solved for this exact problem with a custom workflow which posts to a custom list. The List: Columns for Created By (person/group), Activity (Text), Hyperlink (URL), Created (date/time) The Workflow: Triggers whenever someone updates a document in the specified library (if you needed, you could use conditional blocks to isolate desired files) Runs ...


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You can use the audit feature of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 to track which users have taken what actions within your site collections. Take a look at this article for more details. Further, You can also test this programmed application i.e. http://www.sharepointauditing.com/ which lets you to monitor and audit the changes made within the SharePoint ...


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I believe this is unattainable as all global admins have the same permission. What you can do is to raise a customer support ticket to Microsoft in the Office 365 portal, they can help you trace which global admin who stripped off your other global admins. More info here



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