The report shows the state of specific audit settings on the selected site collections.
To view this report, go to Audit Reports > Audit Settings.
Once you take a snapshot of your farm, the report will list all site collections and their respective audit settings.
If you want SharePoint (and then SPDocKit) to gather your audit logs, you need to enable them (to do this, go to Site Settings > Site collection audit settings). This report will give you an overview of your audit settings state for each site collection.
The Audit Settings report contains the following columns:
Trim Audit Log
Days of Audit Log Data to Retain
Audit Report Storage Location
Once you click on a certain row, the Audit Settings details will load at the bottom, and show you the rest of the Audit Settings. They are:
Editing Users and Permissions
Searching Site Content
Editing Content Types and Columns
Deleting or Restoring Items
Moving or Copying Items
Checking Out or Checking In Items
Opening, Downloading, Viewing Items, or Viewing Item Properties
You can use the filters on the right-hand side to customize the report.
The Farm filter is visible in case a database connected to multiple farms is being used by SPDocKit.
The SharePoint Objects filter enables you to select web applications and site collections. You can view the settings of all the site collections in a SharePoint farm by selecting all web applications.
The Audit Settings filter makes it possible to filter the report by the status of specific audit settings (On or Off). By default, all audit settings are selected.