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SharePoint comes with Auditing feature, which helps in identifying all such activities. You need to configure auditing in your environment. If you had already configured Audit for site collection you can follow follow the below steps.

  1. Click on gear icon, and select Site Settings from the drop down menu.
  2. Now under site collection administrator section, find Audit Log Reports. Click on it, it will open a page.
  3. Now under Security and Site Settings Report select Security Settings.
  4. Follow the on screen instruction to fill the location of report. Hit Ok and you are done.

The report will be available in destination library you selected. The report will contain information regarding, permission on site and specific list and lib. Also it will show the data like who added/deleted/modified permission and when.

To configure audit logs follow below steps:

  1. Click on gear icon and select Site Settings.
  2. Under site collection administrator section find Site collection audit settings. Click on it will open a page.
  3. In setting page, configure log trimming (if you want) this will remove past log data specified in numbers. Under List, Library and Site check the Editing users and permissions. This will start logging permission data.

Follow the URL to learn more on Auditing. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/configure-audit-settings-for-a-site-collection-a9920c97-38c0-44f2-8bcb-4cf1e2ae22d2

This is a good way to check Site collection wise.

If you are looking for entire farm, then you night need to consider writing some PowerShell code in order to get the data from all site collection/web applications.

SharePoint comes with Auditing feature, which helps in identifying all such activities. You need to configure auditing in your environment. If you had already configured Audit for site collection you can follow follow the below steps.

  1. Click on gear icon, and select Site Settings from the drop down menu.
  2. Now under site collection administrator section, find Audit Log Reports. Click on it, it will open a page.
  3. Now under Security and Site Settings Report select Security Settings.
  4. Follow the on screen instruction to fill the location of report. Hit Ok and you are done.

The report will be available in destination library you selected. The report will contain information regarding, permission on site and specific list and lib. Also it will show the data like who added/deleted/modified permission and when.

To configure audit logs follow below steps:

  1. Click on gear icon and select Site Settings.
  2. Under site collection administrator section find Site collection audit settings. Click on it will open a page.
  3. In setting page, configure log trimming (if you want) this will remove past log data specified in numbers. Under List, Library and Site check the Editing users and permissions. This will start logging permission data.

Follow the URL to learn more on Auditing. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/configure-audit-settings-for-a-site-collection-a9920c97-38c0-44f2-8bcb-4cf1e2ae22d2

SharePoint comes with Auditing feature, which helps in identifying all such activities. You need to configure auditing in your environment. If you had already configured Audit for site collection you can follow follow the below steps.

  1. Click on gear icon, and select Site Settings from the drop down menu.
  2. Now under site collection administrator section, find Audit Log Reports. Click on it, it will open a page.
  3. Now under Security and Site Settings Report select Security Settings.
  4. Follow the on screen instruction to fill the location of report. Hit Ok and you are done.

The report will be available in destination library you selected. The report will contain information regarding, permission on site and specific list and lib. Also it will show the data like who added/deleted/modified permission and when.

To configure audit logs follow below steps:

  1. Click on gear icon and select Site Settings.
  2. Under site collection administrator section find Site collection audit settings. Click on it will open a page.
  3. In setting page, configure log trimming (if you want) this will remove past log data specified in numbers. Under List, Library and Site check the Editing users and permissions. This will start logging permission data.

Follow the URL to learn more on Auditing. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/configure-audit-settings-for-a-site-collection-a9920c97-38c0-44f2-8bcb-4cf1e2ae22d2

This is a good way to check Site collection wise.

If you are looking for entire farm, then you night need to consider writing some PowerShell code in order to get the data from all site collection/web applications.

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SharePoint comes with Auditing feature, which helps in identifying all such activities. You need to configure auditing in your environment. If you had already configured Audit for site collection you can follow follow the below steps.

  1. Click on gear icon, and select Site Settings from the drop down menu.
  2. Now under site collection administrator section, find Audit Log Reports. Click on it, it will open a page.
  3. Now under Security and Site Settings Report select Security Settings.
  4. Follow the on screen instruction to fill the location of report. Hit Ok and you are done.

The report will be available in destination library you selected. The report will contain information regarding, permission on site and specific list and lib. Also it will show the data like who added/deleted/modified permission and when.

To configure audit logs follow below steps:

  1. Click on gear icon and select Site Settings.
  2. Under site collection administrator section find Site collection audit settings. Click on it will open a page.
  3. In setting page, configure log trimming (if you want) this will remove past log data specified in numbers. Under List, Library and Site check the Editing users and permissions. This will start logging permission data.

Follow the URL to learn more on Auditing. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/configure-audit-settings-for-a-site-collection-a9920c97-38c0-44f2-8bcb-4cf1e2ae22d2