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The CrawledProperty objects in Microsoft.Office.Sharepoint.Services.Administration doesn't seem to have any way of doing this...anyone know of a workaround? I found a few postings on the net about this and the only post I've seen on MSDN is this:

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For me this works:

CrawledProperty.IsMappedToContents = true
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From MSDN:
How to: Map a Crawled Property to a Managed Property

Creating and Exposing Managed Properties in the Advanced Search Page of SharePoint Server Enterprise Search

(NOTE) These are for SharePoint 2007, but I used the article to do basically the same thing in 2010

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Actually- Just noticed that you were looking for how to add "Include values for this property in the search index". I believe the property you were looking for was: PutInPropertyBlob =>… – Jason Rastovski Feb 23 '11 at 21:31

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