Dynamics CRM 2011 Auditing

How to Enable Auditing in Dynamics CRM 2011?

Quoted from ref: http://info.profad.com/bid/63876/How-To-Use-Audit-Trails-in-Microsoft-CRM-2011
“Remember, by default, this is disabled at the organization and entity level, but enabled on all auditable entity attributes.  To enable audit trails for organization and entity level, navigate to Setting > Administration > Systems Settings.  In the System Settings window in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, select the Auditing tab and then check the Start Auditing check box.”

CRM 2011 Auditing Best Practices

Quoted from ref: http://community.dynamics.com/product/crm/crmnontechnical/b/crmlessons/archive/2011/03/29/crm-2011-auditing-best-practices.aspx
“There are 3 ways to enable/disable auditing:

a. Enable Auditing by Common Entities. This allows auditing to be enabled per groups of entities with a single click. To find out what is included in the group of entities, simply hover over the group. This is by far the easiest way to control auditing over the general entities.

b. Enable Auditing for all fields in the Entity. This allows auditing to be enabled or disabled for all fields in an entity.

c. Enable auditing on only certain fields. This allows granular control of auditing. To enable auditing on individual fields, we must first enable it for the entity and then disable it on fields that do not need auditing.”