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The query should be {searchTerms} FileType=mp4 Path:{Site.URL} Using Path={Site.URL} will not return any result, at least not from my test results. Just a reminder, you can search for the full filename of the MP4 video (or search FileType=mp4) just to confirm if the video file is crawled in this site. Since the crawling process is managed by Microsoft, we ...


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The data of "popular search queries that received low click-through" in search reports records how many times these search queries have appeared during search and how many of them have not received any click. The data reflects that, the search results returned by these queries might not be ideal or are not what users are looking for, so that some ...


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As MSS(E) will be out of support in October 2020, I would suggest using SharePoint Server 2019. I would also look at using the REST API rather than the web service as web services have begun their deprecation, starting with the List Web service in 2019.


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Using KQL, you can construct queries that use property restrictions to narrow the focus of the query to match only results based on a specified condition. You can search with "managed property:value" to restrict search results from special column. Keyword Query Language (KQL) syntax reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/general-...


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SharePoint in Microsoft 365 also supports the following: .one. You can wait for the full crawl, then search again. Default crawled file name extensions and parsed file types in SharePoint Server for your reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/technical-reference/default-crawled-file-name-extensions-and-parsed-file-types Besides, Search ...


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Ignore me! It does. I just didn't give it enough time to index the notes it seems. I was expecting that to happen a lot more quickly than it did so will chekc if I can alter that.


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