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Short answer. No. Create a Search centre and configure your refiners there. The OOTB ossearch.aspx page is not editable.
Yes, you can. Crawling file shares is very easy to set up, and permissions are accounted for - so there is no risk that users find information they don't have access to. In Central Admin Search Service Application, add a new Content Source. Specify your file server and set up a schedule. Do a full crawl and you're up and running in no time.
I assume that the content of your PDF files is also similar. In this case SharePoint automatically tries to remove duplicate hits by removing some of them. This feature can be turned of by unchecking the "Remove duplicate results" property of the Search Core Results web part. This article explains how to do it: ...
Creating a custom ranking is possible - but its a science and lots of work. Here are two posts that tell you about the background and how to customize it: http://calvisblog.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/custom-ranking-models-with-sharepoint-2010-background-value-and-administrative-overview/ http://sharepointkaos.wordpress.com/2011/01/13/custom-ranking-model/ I ...
I think your Search Settings are invalid - in particular the redirect to the Search Center. Verify that you have /Pages appended in the Search Center Url. Verify that the Pages it redirects you to, exists (e.g. results.aspx) - they are in the Pages library. Example: http://i.imgur.com/kcxc2uk.png
It depends what exactly you want, but yes that is entirely possible. You want to add to your search query the term: path:http(s)://domain/path/to/site/collection That will restrict your results to only include results who's url contains the path specified, or in other words, who are part of the specified site (or site collection) or it's sub-sites. To ...
Yes Sure :) You Could create a Content Source of FILE SHARE type. And give \intern.contoso.com\data as Network Path. Full Crawl the Content Source and your results will be ready. Please check the snapshot for FileShare Content Source option.
The complete list of properties is based on the Search Service Application, Site Collection and Site. You can get the list available to you through the Search Schema setting and observe the Managed Properties.
Follow this blog from Bella Engen, How to add refiners to your search results page in SharePoint 2013 UPDATE: Go to the search settings page of your site and set the "Which search results page should queries be sent to?" as the search centre results page. OR If you do not want to/can't set up a custom search page in search centre, then create a ...
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