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How to change Information management policy settings with PowerShell (SP2013)

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    I have a few thousands of SharePoint sites each with a “Secure Documents” library. I need to change “Information management policy settings” for each one on document, I need to “Enable Auditing” and Specify the events to audit: v Opening or downloading documents, viewing items in lists, or viewing item properties v Editing items v Checking out or checking in items v Moving or copying items to another location in the site v Deleting or restoring items

    I know how to loop through all site collections and webs and get the library for each one. I don’t know how to refer to the “Information management policy settings” Can anyone help

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