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Solved it with an Farm Application page.
The code in console application works as you may be logged in as a Farm admin. The code in event receiver will fail even if it is run using elevated privileges i.e. app pool account unless the app pool account is added into Farm administrators group. The app pool account has permissions on content database, whereas it is the farm admin account which has ...
This wouldn't be supported. Instead, enable Site Collection auditing in the target Site Collection(s). While there is an explicit 'permissions' audit setting, you may also want the Edit Items audit setting as that will capture changes to SharePoint Groups.
Content databases store all content for a site collection. This includes site documents or files in document libraries, list data, Web Part properties, audit logs, and sandboxed solutions, in addition to user names and rights. All of the files that are stored for a specific site collection are located in one content database on only one server. A content ...
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