It is important to manage your published Web content so that it stays fresh, and that you add, link to, and highlight popular content and delete stale content. SharePoint provides several methods for managing activity across your sites including auditing activity, site usage reports, setting and extending quotas, and deleting unused sites.
There are many options to configure the auditing of activities in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site collections. You may enable the auditing of documents and items, or configure site searching and lists for auditing. These actions are performed from the Site Settings menu of the site collection you want to configure.
To configure audit settings, follow these steps:
Click the Site Actions menu in the top right corner of the site collection that you want to audit.
Choose Modify All Site Settings from the Site Settings menu on the site you want to configure.
In the Site Collection Administration section, click the Site collection audit settings link.
On the Configure Audit Settings page, in the Documents and Items section, select the events you want to audit, as shown in Figure 11.22:
Figure 11.22. Configuring the events that you want to audit
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