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You'll need to get the admins to change the "allow custom script" setting. When this setting is off, it blocks a variety of features including the script editor part, as well as search web parts and many other features. The docs that have instructions for changing the setting, as well as the full list of features affected, is here.


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Yes this is possible and indeed very easy, especially if you want to have just one url for the search center. First you need to set up on farm1 so it crawls farm2 (central admin, search settings add new content source or update the exisisting with farm2 url) you will need to grant application level access on farm2 to the account set up as crawling in farm1....


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To remove some properties, exclude a Column from SharePoint Search Crawl for your reference: https://www.sharepointdiary.com/2014/02/exclude-column-from-sharepoint-search-crawl.html


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It the content type name is "Ticket" you can use a contains query like ContentType:Ticket. The ContentType Managed Property is populated with the name of the content type. Sometimes it have spaces padding it so I have found contains (using the colon) works best.


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You'll need to first look up the ContentTypeID of your ContentType. There are multiple ways to find the ID of a site-level Content Type: using the REST API, using PowerShell, or carefully parsing it from the URL query string after you browse to that ContenType's config page in the browser. Once you have that ID, you have to understand that every time you ...


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There could be the reason that custom scripts are disabled on root site collection for security reasons and due to that Script Editor, Content Editor web part and many other web parts or features are not available where user can add custom scripts. Follow the below links to active the custom script. Please refer below link: Missing web part and features in ...


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You need to do a coded redirect. Choose a classic site that all of your users have at least read access to. Open that site in SharePoint Designer. In a page library on that site, create a new .aspx page in SharePoint Designer. Edit it in advanced mode and replace the entire contents with this: <%@ Language=C# %> <HTML> <script language="...


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As per the Microsoft 365 Roadmap for Microsoft Search GA, the feature is Rolling out for O365 Standard Release and the estimated time frame is Q1 CY2020. Currently it is not supported to manually enable this feature in Office365 tenant. I suggest you wait for the status gets updated to Launched in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap site so that you can get this ...


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Regarding enable the search bar: Check the Release preferences setting in the admin center of your tenants. Your other tenant must be set to get the Targeted release under which you get all the latest changes that are not yet ruled out for all the users. Your current tenant might be set to Standart Release (By Default). So it will not have the latest ...


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You can do this quite easily if you understand how to change the search rendering in the UI. You say you are using the "Modern Experience" so I would suggest you look into the PnP Modern Search web parts. Here is a thumbnail of how you do this: Optional, but it makes the initial query way easier, make inductee a content type. Tag all relevant data with a ...


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Check your content source web application URL whether it is https or HTTP. If it is HTTP URL change it to https URL. Go to the CA -> search service application -> content source -> check the web application URL (change from http to https) -> Run the full crawl


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There is no refiner that is pointing to document library name. As a workaround you need to create a new hidden column in the document library, give it default library name. Add a managed property tagging this column and then after the crawl add it to the refinement panel. refer here.


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OK, it turns out that there is a checkbox in the settings menu of the task pane called 'Disable Ranked Results' if you uncheck that box, your results stop being displayed. D'oh!


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Neither of what you're asking for can be accomplished at this time. All search boxes are going to the top of the page, but the suite nav is not something that Microsoft supports manipulating -- any any customizations you would make will eventually break. As far as redirecting it, that I believe is on a roadmap item to allow you to customize it but is not ...


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To allow custom script on a particular site collection immediately, run the following PowerShell with SharePoint Online Management Shell: Connect-SPOService Type: https://<yourdomain>-admin.sharepoint.com Sign in with username and password Set-SPOSite -Identity https://<yourdomain>.sharepoint.com -DenyAddAndCustomizePages $false


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SharePoint search was designed for documents and words. Your Titles like "8841271.030-2017" contain stop characters and word breakers. You can play with it for weeks and never get the "SQL Style" querying that you seek. You may want to revisit the end user requirements and try to break them of the file name type search. Find other metadata that they can use ...


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For Content Query Webpart: Open the tool pane of your webpart. Expand Query and navigate to Content Type section. Select Document Content Types under Show items of this content type group dropdown. Select Document under Show items of this content type dropdown. Check Include child content types checkbox. Click Apply and then OK. For Content Search Webpart: ...


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Where do the users search from? From search center or from a site search? Please offer a screenshot about the error page. Try to create a new search center and search from the new search center, compare the results. Make sure search related service is started. Make sure your Search service application is connected to web applications. Navigate to ...


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You can not customize the search results as we used to do in the classic search result page as mentioned here. However, you can use the PnP Modern Search web part as described in this post SharePoint Online – Search Options Today. You can find the details about Pnp Modern Search from the below link. PnP Modern Search solution


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You need to wait until the document is crawled, search should do this for recognized file types like (doc, docx) out of the box. Note that does not include PDF. Or you can re-index the library in which you have this word file, 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 ...


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Set your Query Transform to {searchTerms} (Path:http://Catalog OR Path:http://news OR Path:http://blog) As for removing properties, you can customize search results display template but KQL will return all specified searchable columns.


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Since we cannot modify crawl rules in SharePoint Online, I would say yes, it is the best you can do. And it is the default behavior of search result web part to automatically return all search results matching the search queries. In addition, the modern search page of SharePoint Online doesn’t support customization currently. Even if you modify the ...


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- Navigate to the site settings page by clicking settings gear  - On the Site Settings page, click on "Searchable Columns" link under search group. - Select the check box next to the column(s) that you want to suppress from search and click Ok.![enter image description here](https://i.stack.imgur.com/UwWti.png)


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This is not achievable by OOB solution. Besides what Ben suggests, here are some posts with similar request that might be helpful to you. References: Trim search results based on user permissions. Filter List View / CQWP/ DVWP by Current Users Department.


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You can use the REST API to get the current user's groups: [your-site-url]/_api/web/currentuser/?$expand=groups Create an array of the group IDs and/or names. Then filter your search results by items that have at least one of the user's groups in your custom column. You can map or loop the array of the current user's groups to dynamically generate your ...


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As per my understanding, You can use Result Soruces to limit searches to certain content based on your metadata columns. Which works fine in classic experience using Search Box and Search Results web-parts. But, as you are using modern search experience which gets results from the default result source, If you change the default result source, this impacts ...


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I recommend setting up a search schema in order to carry out more precise searches. By default search schema only crawl text fields. For instance Title:Doc1 as mentioned in the previous answers. However, it is possible to accommodate for other data types by modifying existing schema groups. Microsoft already has some decent documentation on managing search ...


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This was resolved by removing Author from the managed property


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You could create a hub site to achieve this. Then associate these sites with the hub site. When you search from a SharePoint hub site, content on the hub site itself along with content on any associated sites is returned in the search results. References: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/what-is-a-sharepoint-hub-site-fe26ae84-14b7-45b6-a6d1-...


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The best way to manage search exposure is to set permissions. Search is security trimmed. Although there may be "leaks" due to visibility via web parts. As to why the images are being included... while the library is set to no crawl, and search is respecting that, search does crawl every page and every link in the site, just like how Google or Bing would ...


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