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One of the options would be to configure properties of the Search Results web part. Specifically specify IsDocument:"True" property to exclude Lists pages from search results. How to exclude Lists pages from search results via Search Results web part Open search results page in Edit mode In the Search Results Web Part, click the Search Results Web Part ...


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you should set the NoCrawl Property to true of the column. SPField.NoCrawl


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Have you done Full Crawl after setting up the rules?


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Here is how I addressed the problem. I created two crawl rules, one to exclude all files and one to include the desired file extension. Put include rule above the exclude rule. That way only the desired files get included and everything else matches the exclude rule. Example: Include Rule file://hostname/sharename/*/*.las Exclude Rule ...


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You can limit the search returns with the query you use, and not have to change the crawl rule. For example, If you are searching for "Product", you can enter the following into the search query box: Product IsDocument:1 and you should only get documents and not folders. You can configure the query web part to automatically append IsDocument:1 to all ...


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I think you look at the problem from the wrong view. You actually do want to include allitems.aspx to be crawled but none of the other views. To make this work you need to make a crawl rule that includes allitems.aspx as order 1, and an exclusion rule that skips all other views - like this: With this all af your documents are beeing crawled only once, ...


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Tried this one for exclusion? http://site/.*.aspx[?]review=1


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Use can use the \\server\site UNC path and it should give you the option to allow subsites or directories.. See this link: http://www.bfcnetworks.com/configure-sharepoint-2010-search-for-crawl-file-servers/ Likewise you can create crawl exclusions in the Crawl Rules... Search Service Application -> Crawl Rules -> New -> Type in the exclusion path, Exclude ...


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I haven't tried it, but you should be able to push a document to index via PowerShell Docpush -c sp <filename> Check this page for more details.


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Yes, that would be correct. If you wanted to create a separate content source and exclude it from the All Sites scope, you'd put an exclusion rule in place.


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In 2010 if you are using FBA with Claims you should be able to create a rule using the User Profile Property SPS-ClaimProviderType.


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Create two rules: 1) http://mylocalsite/forms/* with an "Include" (And any other options you want) 2) http://mylocalsite* with an "Exclude" (And any other options you want) Only one crawl rule will ever be active for content, and it will activate based on how close it is to the top of the list. All content inside the "forms" directory will therefore hit ...


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As I've just found out it will work if you use the "correct" order, that is, put the url you want in first, and then exclude the other stuff. Therefore: (order=1) Include: http://www.mysite.com/sites/portal (order=2) Exclude: http://www.mysite.com/sites/* -- this will exclude .../sites/dev and .../sites/staging Will make the test for ...


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I had the same error. At first I didn't think Rasmus' solution worked for me, but then I realized that SharePoint requires all of the certificates in the certificate chain to be listed. In our case, I had a self-signed certificate through Go Daddy. Originally I had only added the bottom level certificate in SharePoint, and that didn't work. But after I ...


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The problem is that SharePoint 2010 cannot access web services running SSL unless the root certificate of the web service is trusted in SharePoint. Try create a new trust relationship for the root certificate under CA - Security - Manage Trust - New.



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