SharePoint Audit Log Event ID 31

SourceSharePoint (LOGbinder SP)
Audit FlagSecurityChange
Windows Security Log
Category
 • Subcategory
Object Access
 • Application Generated
Type Success
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31: Permissions updated

This is an event from SharePoint audit event from LOGbinder SP generated by Audit Flag  SecurityChange.

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Permissions on an object were updated. The role that is listed usually includes several permissions. For example the default "read" role for a list object includes view items, open items, view versions, create alerts, and view application pages. The permissions that a particular role includes can be changed.

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Description Fields in 31

  • Occurred: this is the date and time when SharePoint recorded the event to the internal SharePoint audit log and may be earlier than the date/time in the header of this event which reflects when LOGbinder SP wrote the event to Windows event log
  • Site: This is the URL of the site generating this event
  • User: name of the user who performed the action
  • Object
    • Type:
    • Subtype:
    • URL:
    • Title: title of the object targeted by this operation
    • Description
  • Target
    • Name:
    • Type:
  • Permissions
    • Role name: Name of the role level that was applied
    • Role description: Description of the role level that was applied 

 

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Examples of 31

Permissions updated
Occurred: 11/22/2011 5:02:59 PM
Site: http://sp2010-sp
User: System Account
Object
  Type: Web
  Subtype: n/a
  URL: http://sp2010-sp
  Title: SP2010
  Description: ddddddddddddddddddd
Target
  Name: Customer Information
  Type: Group
Permissions
  Role name: Read
  Role description: Can view pages and list items and download documents.
One instance of this event is logged for each role assigned this user. Look at adjacent events to determine all roles assigned to the user or group.

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