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    7 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » SharePoint Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Gabriel commented  · 

    Agreed. Data security is very important to us and we need visibility in order to implement it. If someone is sharing a site/folder with external users (and shouldn't be), we should be able to easily find that out so that we can stop the access; currently, this doesn't exist. The audit logs contain a ton of information, which can be helpful, but not what we're specifically looking for. I'm aware that external sharing reports are in development for OneDrive, we desperately need them for SharePoint; I think any administrator would agree.

    Also, on the Microsoft Office 365 UserVoice Forums, we need moderators to consolidate ideas because a lot of times the same idea gets posted and it doesn't get votes, which means Microsoft won't look at it.

    Please enable external sharing reports for SharePoint.

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    Gabriel commented  · 

    Yes, this would be helpful. We're also looking for sites/libraries/folders/files that have been shared with external users. We want to be able to see everything that is shared at any given time as well. The Audit log does provide us with some information that may be helpful, but it's very tedious to try and obtain the list we're really looking for above.

    Data security is very important to us and we need visibility in order to implement it. If someone is sharing a site/folder with external users (and shouldn't be), we should be able to easily find that out so that we can stop the access; currently, this doesn't exist.

    I'm aware that external sharing reports are in development for OneDrive, we desperately need them for SharePoint; I think any administrator would agree. Also, on the Microsoft Office 365 UserVoice Forums, we need moderators to consolidate ideas because a lot of times the same idea gets posted and it doesn't get votes, which means Microsoft won't look at it. Please enable external sharing reports for SharePoint.

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    251 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » Exchange Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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