Best Practices Reports

SharePoint farms contain hundreds of different settings for Web Applications, Site Collections, Service Applications and other components that make SharePoint such an amazing platform for collaboration. Maintaining all these settings can be a difficult job, though, especially when there is more than one in-house administrator or a partner company is providing SharePoint services.


The built-in reports are based on SharePoint community best practices, use them to check if your farm is configured properly

Best Practices Dashboard

The built-in reports are based on an array of best practices, including TechNet SharePoint 2010 Operational best practices and SharePoint 2013 Operational best practices, known SharePoint software capacity and limits and other community based best practices.
Create your own reports or edit deafult values on existing reports to adjust it to your needs.

Built-in and Custom Reports

Best Practices reports in SPDocKit come in two flavors: built-in Best Practices reports that are included in the product and custom Best Practices reports that you can create on your own. You can also edit deafult values on existing reports to adjust it to your needs.

Set up Best Practices alerts for the configuration settings you need to keep an eye on.

Set Up Alerts and Track Changes

Easily set up Best Practices alerts for the configuration settings you need to keep an eye on. Get notified each time a specified report and its values fail and go to critical status. Monitor farm configurations more efficiently and stay up-to-date with all critical and important changes.

Best Practices Documentation

Examine your farm settings according to the SharePoint best practices, generate reports, and easily export the entire documentation in Word format. See the example of the documentation below:


Explore Best Practices Library

We have prepared a detailed overview of all available reports to help you validate your farm configurations and optimize them according to the latest SharePoint best practices.

With each new release Best Practices are extended with new reports. Our tool covers the following areas:
  • Configuration
  • Databases
  • Hardware Requirements
  • Maintenance
  • Monitoring and Logging
  • Service Applications
  • SharePoint Software Boundaries and Limits
  • Site Collection Health
  • Updates
  • Web Applications