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The search page used by the site (OSSSearch) will only return results from the context of the current site. To get the files from the file share you have to be in the Search Center. If you want to create a new Result Source choose "Local SharePoint" which includes in the index your files from the file share (confusing I know, but it's really the local SSA) ...


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If you just need a refiner and don't plan to use the metadata in any other way, you could also just write a better refiner that solves the refinement issue. With a few lines of javascript you can change the presentation of the refiner rather than writing a Content Enrichment Service.


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What you're looking for is Content Enrichment. SharePoint 2013 enables you to add your own modules to the content processing pipeline and thus enrich your content before it gets stored in the index. You can add new refiners based on existing managed properties (the file path). Hope this helps. Luis


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Yes they would still exist multiple times. It sounds like you might want to employ the Link to Document content type in your libraries that will let you create a pointer reference to an existing item.


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try <a href="file://///server/legal Purchasing/Procurement Active/2014/New procurement list as of 10012013.xlsx">Current procurement List</a>


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This tutorial is about how to customize search results. There are three topics: Customization to highlight search keyword Customization to open Search result items in new window Customize People Search result I think you can find what you are looking for in topic No. 2 or at least an idea on how to do it. For instance, you can edit the links - lines ...


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F4V is going to leverage which ever player you have registered for that extension. I will assume the native flash player. Page Viewer is simply rendering the content in an iframe, and the files are delivered like any other rendered link. In the absence of any errors you can try the following: I would load up Fiddler2, run it against your IIS site on a ...


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If it is only affecting a single user than clearly you have a client issue. First, I would try a from a new browser. If that works, you may want to verify what GPO's are being applied. Sometimes there are settings that can linger in the registry after they have been set. If that didn't work, I would try a new profile on that machine. If it works with ...



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