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You need to add your own managed properties as follows : 1)Within the Search Service Application, click on ‘Metadata Properties’ in the left sidebar, under Queries and Results 2)Within the Metadata Property Mappings page, click New Managed Property 3)Provide a name and select the type of information (should correspond to the type of column/property to be ...


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To achieve the goal, you can go to configure search navigation. Here are the steps for your reference: Go to the Site settings page, click Search Settings under Search. In the section of Configure Search Navigation, click Add Link to add the the following links: 1). Title = Everything; URL = /search/pages/results.aspx 2). Title = People; URL = ...


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Yes you can. Go to Site settings > Site collection Administration > Search Settings on the site where you want to be able to search for everything. ( You have to do the following steps for every sitecollection. ) Set "Search Center URL" to your global search center url. ( url/sites/searchcenter/pages) Uncheck "Use the same results page settings as my ...


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Did you add the managed property mapping in the display template? Look for the tag starting with <mso:ManagedPropertyMaping in the head of the template. You need to add a mapping to your managed property. It should be in the following format: '<current item property name>':'<managed property name>' Yours should be like this: ...


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When you are testing Searching SharePoint it is vital that you look at the URL that is returning your search results. There is this "intermediate" search page "OSSSearch.aspx" that returns "Site Collection Scoped Results" (the scope that is selected when you choose to "Search this site"). When you are on that page you are seeing results from the site ...


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contentclass:”STS_Site” contentclass:”STS_Web” This search query will return you all the site collections and subsites that the user has access to.


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This is a bug or at least unexpected behavior, introduced on the April 2014 Cumulative Update. I've been monitoring the solving process of this issue and even the latest CU of August 2014 seems to not fix this issue. There are couple of posts about this subject including temporary workarounds. See: ...


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Looks like you dont have the Office Web App installed. In order to enable the functionality you must have a separate farm. On this second farm you will need Office Web Apps working properly. These requirements are important to us for a few reasons. The first is the extra server that is required will most likely drive the cost. The second is that Office ...


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I solved using CSS: .ms-srch-hover-outerContainer { display:none !important }


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If you are looking for a global solution, I don't think one exists. The behavior is controlled by the display template for the result. The hover behavior on the Display Template is controlled by JavaScript and a hidden div on the Display Template. You can do any number of things to disable this. Edit the display template and remove the onmouseover event ...


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Are you using SharePoint 2013 ? If I understand your first question correctly, the suggestions that will be displayed in your search box can only be the values from a particular managed property. I am not sure if we can configure this directly. However what you can do is, get all the values from your managed property, export a CSV file out of it and import ...



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