One of the options would be to configure properties of the Search Results web part. Specifically specify IsDocument:"True" property to exclude Lists pages from search results.
How to exclude Lists pages from search results via Search Results web part
Open search results page in Edit mode
In the Search Results Web Part, click the Search Results Web Part
I think you look at the problem from the wrong view. You actually do want to include allitems.aspx to be crawled but none of the other views. To make this work you need to make a crawl rule that includes allitems.aspx as order 1, and an exclusion rule that skips all other views - like this:
With this all af your documents are beeing crawled only once, ...
Use can use the \\server\site UNC path and it should give you the option to allow subsites or directories..
See this link:
Likewise you can create crawl exclusions in the Crawl Rules...
Search Service Application -> Crawl Rules -> New -> Type in the exclusion path, Exclude ...
By default, the crawler will not follow complex URLs, which are URLs that contain a question mark followed by additional parameters — for example, http://contoso/page.aspx?x=y. If you enable the crawler to follow complex URLs, this can cause the crawler to gather many more URLs than is expected or appropriate. This can cause the crawler to gather unnecessary ...
In sharepoint 2010, you have to install the pdf Ifilter in order to search the pdf documents.
If you already had that install but after CU it is not working then check the settings if any piece is missing.
Check this blog for complete settings.
As per the my knowldge, you cant crawl with ADFS authentication. You have to have the windows authentication. SharePoint search only crawl the windows authentication. This is by design.
In order for the SharePoint Search to crawl content we need to
configure “Windows Authentication” on at least one zone in the Web
You can enable the windows ...
Exclusion rules are useful and help in performance.
Avoid crawling less relevant content by excluding one or more URLs.
This also helps to reduce the use of server resources and network
traffic, and to increase the relevance of search results.Creating
crawl rules to exclude URLs is particularly useful when planning start
addresses for external ...
As Jesus told..The best way to skip the crawling is to create crawl rules for the diffirent sites. Following is the PowerShell Command using which you can incorporate crawl rules.
$Path = "http://SharePointSite/sites/test/*"
$SearchApp = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication
if ((Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlRule -SearchApplication $SearchApp -Identity $...
You have a few options.
Under site settings you should have a Search and Offline Availability option where you can set it to not show in search.
You can add a query rule that removes results based on site URL's. If they are unique URL's you will either need seperate rules for all of them or make sure the Query is configured to retrieve the correct URL'...
I think answer no. 1. Crawler Impact rules is correct, explained here.
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Host distribution rules are used to associate a host with a specific crawl database. When you add a host and apply, if the host is already distributed to a crawl store, the crawler will be paused and ...
Yes you can do this with the KeyWordQuery Syntax:
Have a look at the follwing links for more details:
So your query should be something like:
(folder:a OR folder:b) AND (filetype:c OR filetype:d)
I am not sure about the exact name of the "folder" ...
Have your scopes been "compiled" (updated)? Check the scopes update status in Search Administration.
The second thing to check here is that the pages are in your index. Check your crawl logs, or search for specific pages using the All Sites scope. Perhaps the crawl rules have prevented the crawler from finding your pages - if you set it to crawl as http it ...