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One approach,You can implement SPAudit class within a console application, run it as a windows task scheduler on a daily basis and generate a report in a .txt file.


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I also encountered the same limitation before. Unfortunately, this feature is not activated for SharePoint Online and is highly discouraged to be activated for On-Premise. The reason behind is it will create a huge amount of logs that could potentially fill up the space limitation of your site collection. For more info, refer to this link.


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You can check out Item level Auditing and Audit log reports: SharePoint 2013 Item level Auditing Further, You can also test this application i.e. http://www.sharepointauditing.com/ which lets you to monitor and audit the changes made within the SharePoint Server of an entire network.


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You can turn on SharePoint auditing on one list or site, but it cannot be done on using UI. You can turn on it using Server Side Object Model SPAudit object with C# code or PowerShell script, like is described here http://spuser.blogspot.com/2011/10/as-part-of-my-series-on-sharepoint.html When you turn on auditing on list or site it also can be viewed only ...


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You don't need to enable auditing for the site collection to be able to use auditing at the document library or list level. That is the whole point of it, that you can just audit the specific library/list, without getting flooded by the audit events for the whole site collection. For more information on this, you can check this blog How to Audit an ...


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To configure auditing for a particular document library you have mentioned the right thing - "Information Management Policy Settings". Enabling auditing at site-collection level would enable for all document libraries, lists, and content types.


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For SharePoint audit log data, These data combine together in site collection. So there is no easy way to extract audit log data for document. As a workaround, you can export the site collection audit log data to a CSV file using PowerShell Command, then you can filter the document library audit log data in Excel. More information: SharePoint 2007 \ 2010 – ...



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