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I have never been able to track this down. When it matters I have tracked the "before and after" state of crawled properties by enumerating them with PowerShell. I never have found a way to do it after the fact. Sorry.


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It depends on the requirement and scope for the SharePoint environment. 1) If there are almost all users that will be using the site then you need to make an DNS entry to resolve the URL thoroughly. 2) If there are some users (like only developers) who would use the SharePoint, in this scenario you need to make a host file entry for URL instead of DNS ...



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