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For crawling content on file shares, etc, the account must be added on the folders that should be crawled. So it is necessary to set up the NTFS permissions and/or file share permissions with this account. Then you need to create a new Content Source that will crawl the content from a file share. The documentation for all these above can be found here on ...


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You can change them from Central Admin. However some of them are built-in and cannot be changed. All of them can be copied. There is menu appears when you hover over one of them. You can choose copy and SharePoint will open a new page for you to create a new result source. Once you have done this you can make it the default for that site or site collection. ...


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I have managed to get this to work in the find file box using : mymanagedproperty:2015-01-01..2015-03-03 mymanagedproperty:1/1/2015..3/3/2015 I was mistakenly using the '=' operator in my range query.


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Have you tried putting curly braces around it {{SearchQuery} -Path:"sps3://*"} Or try using the contentclass instead. {{searchTerms} -ContentClass=urn:content-class:SPSPeople}


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Continuous crawling helps to keep SharePoint content significantly more up to date. Continuous crawls are only available for Content Sources that use the SharePoint Sites content source type. Unlike full and incremental crawls, multiple continuous crawls can run at the same time. Also, a continuous crawl does not process or retry items that return errors in ...


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According to Search limits for SharePoint Online SharePoint Online search has the following limit: Limit: Number of rows in a result set Maximum value: 500 Limit type: Boundary(*) Notes: To display the entire result set, issue more paging queries Boundary - A number that can’t be exceeded Since 500 RowLimit cant be exceeded you ...


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Re-index feature has been introduced in SharePoint 2013.I don't think it is available in SharePoint 2010 . Please ensure the crawl account should have a "Full Read" property, using a Web Application policy.I think your crawl account do not have full control for those items. To ensure that crawl account have permissions to read those items log in using the ...


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In SharePoint Online you cannot change the crawled property mappings of the Title managed property. What you could do is to use one of the predefined RefinableString.. managed properties and add the crawled property mappings that you want. Wait for the next full crawl and once that is done and you should get your field values.


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Just ran into the same issue - here is how you can configure it to show the display names. On the page with the search results (search for e.g. *): click on the settings wheel on top click on edit page in the navigation zone on the left: on the refinement webpart click on "edit web part" now on the right side the web part properties open - click on ...


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Yes, you can use REST to query a list regardless of Search and its crawl status. You can use REST to list items from any list on any site in any site collection. To view a list: <site>/_api/Web/Lists/GetByTitle('My List') or <site>/_api/Web/Lists(guid'xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx') To view list items: ...


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Did you reset the index or create a new service application? If you did in fact create a new service application, you might need to check your service application associations for your web application and make sure your new one is assigned and is set as the default for the web application. ...


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I am not sure, if you can drill down till items but you can do for the list/library or site itself. Re-index a document library or a list On the site, go to the list or library that you want to re-index. In the ribbon, click the Library tab or the List tab. In the Library ribbon, choose Library Settings, or, In the List ribbon choose List Settings. On ...


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Parent SPWeb URL is not included in item search results, you only have parent Site Collection title. You need to parse item SPWeb URL from the item url. This blog article describes how to display SPWeb URL of the item in search results.


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As far as I know, you will need to reset index in order to collapse the duplicated results. When you reset the content index, all search results are immediately removed. After you reset the content index, you must perform a full crawl to create a new content index so that a current results set is available to users. ...


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If hardware on all server are same then it really doesnot matter, You can change the server role. Central Admin will host on the 1st server in the farm( on which you run the Config wizard & create config db). By default all web apps created on the Central Admin server but you can change the AAM to change it to different server.Once you created the Web ...


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Is this happening with only one document? Because it might be that you will start seeing every document like this in the future. In this case, it is probably a misconfiguration of the Alternate Access Mappings. Can you check that the http://domain is still configured correctly in there?


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I don't believe stemming is the answer as numbers would not have recognized stems like "run, runs and running". You could use "701*" for a free text wildcard search. I would also try creating a Managed Property out of your crawled property and then try a contains search "PartNumber:701". The Content Processor may also be performing word breaking on the "." ...


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Well we found something, that is not a real solution (We think). Once you create a new template, you add your mapped properties to <mso:ManagedPropertyMapping> tag BEFORE anything else (that means uploading this custom template to library, publishing it and so on). You must do everything locally and after all desired changes are made, than you upload ...


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Update: I couldn't find any built-in functionality. I came up with a helper class. It is working very well so far. As far as my tests go I couldn't find any issues regarding localization or anything else. namespace MyCompany.Common.SharePoint.Ecm.Taxonomy { using System; using System.Collections.Generic; // See ...



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