SharePoint Web analytics

I am trying to use web analyticson site settings in sharepount 2010 to get what pages a specific user has visited over one month time, when i look at the top visitor report it shows the user and shows 22 pages visited, how can i know what pages this user have accessed.?
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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
This information can be obtained from Audit, if you have it enabled to capture Reads.

There's guidance on that here;

https://support.office.com/en-in/article/View-audit-log-reports-4293e8d5-4e7d-4201-b8ac-c8e63a100131
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UKITAuthor Commented:
Thank you Jamie,
If the Audit  not enabled ? by enabling the Audit will I be able to get history form that ? ie look up the record before the enabling date ?(I guess that is not possible ?) so in this scenario can I still get the same info from the IIS logs ? and how.
appreciate your help .
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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
I'm afraid you're right that if audit wasn't already enabled you won't get any information from before that time.

IIS logs are your next line of investigation, as per this thread;

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26461766/tracking-websites-page-visitors-and-statistic-at-iis-level

There are tools to help, as they mention three possibilities there.
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UKITAuthor Commented:
Thank you Jamie, just to verify the last bit of my concern, will I be able to track what document have been deleted, opened, edited from the IIS logs?.

much appreciated
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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
I cannot vouch for the exact information that will have been captured. I'd be most nervous about deleted items.

Have you checked the recycle bins in SharePoint?
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UKITAuthor Commented:
in my environment it is fine for the user to delete documents that is not a big deal, what is matter is the report to show what documents have been deleted, edited and so on, which I am trying to find out if that could be done using IIS logs ? as the audit reporting was not turned on .
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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
I'm pretty sure you can get the view and edit from IIS using the tools mentioned in that thread. Not so sure about delete, however looking in the recycle bins you have the name of the person who deleted the file listed in there, and could use that to search for the user in question.
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UKITAuthor Commented:
Sir, much appreciated, thank you for you help.
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UKITAuthor Commented:
The Expert(s) provided me with a thorough and informative answer thank you !.
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