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The issue was eventually resolved with some help from MS Support. The underline cause: Managed Property' Metadata value for "NoWordBreaker" was set false Solution: The metadata value was set to true #Set NoWordBreaker to true $ssa = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication Set-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataManagedProperty -SearchApplication $ssa -...


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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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That’s the new Microsoft Search bar. It’s “universal” throughout Office 365 and is completely separate to the old SharePoint Search Bar. It’s supposed to be a single place to search for relevant items throughout Office 365 (emails, documents, etc.) See here for an overview


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I found my answer by searching the internet. Mentioned in the link below. It is necessary to pay attention to Url. And I typed the url wrong. Site Level Schema - only view option is with this URL: /_layouts/15/listmanagedproperties.aspx?level=site SiteCollection Level Schema - allows edit is with this URL: /_layouts/15/listmanagedproperties.aspx?level=...


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In SharePoint Online, you can change the list experience to Modern experience using below steps: Go to List Settings. Click Advanced settings. Scroll down and go to List experience. Select New experience. Click OK. How to change list and library default experience in SharePoint online This way you will have a modern experience for your list view. Also, you ...


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I finaly was able to perform query against data with single quote. I created a new managed property, where I check "Exact matching" option. Querying against this managed property worked with my single quote. Ex: MyBrandNewManagedProp:"It's working" As a side note, I contacted the Microsoft Support. The only response I got is that's "...


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Relying on SharePoint search for your scenario has some caveats. The search results only get updated after the site is crawled and the metadata indexed in the search Database. Since, the search crawl timings is not under user's control, the "freshness" of search results are always indeterminable. While requesting "re-crawl" of the site ...


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This is the expected behavior because once you add the new user, that user will be able to see search results only after the site is crawled again. in SharePoint Online, crawling is managed by Microsoft hence, we can not start the crawl manually. Once the next crawl cycle is finished, the new user will be able to see the data. If you want to see the results ...


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We had a similar case on Sharepoint 2013 where a customer put forth a privacy requirement: all domain users are allowed to log in some users should not be searchable In order to comply to the privacy requirements all users are by default non-searchable and must explicitly be marked as searchable. The customer had set up for this purpose a custom field (a ...


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In SharePoint Online -You login Select your photo in the Microsoft 365 header and then select My Office profile then you can get the personal site of a SharePoint user. Ref:https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/connect-and-collaborate-in-office-delve-46f92806-b52c-4187-b60e-b3bf8d25f73e


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You could use the below powershell cmdlet to get all the personal sites: Get-SPOSite -IncludePersonalSite $true -Limit all -Filter "Url -like '-my.sharepoint.com/personal/'" | Select -ExpandProperty Url Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/list-onedrive-urls


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The personal site collection have path "https://tenant-my.sharepoint.com/". You can use below REST API query to get a list of all personal sites. https://<site_name>.sharepoint.com/_api/search/query?querytext='contentclass:STS_Site Path:"https://<site_name>-my.sharepoint.com"' For ex- "personalsite-my.sharepoint.com"...


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Search service is ok if you see all Green. Its windows firewall issue. Windows Server 2019 blocks TCP port 808 even though you see SharePoint Search rule. Create a new inbound rule for TCP port 808 on Application server where Search Application hosted a. Give name "SharePoint Search – Query processing" b. In Advance tab select Domain Recycle Timer job - $...


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1.Restart the Timer Service in windows services. 2.Reset index in the search service application, then restart all SharePoint search services in "Manage services on server". After all, start a full crawl for your content source, compare the result. 3.If the issue persists, delete the search service application then re-create. Similar question: https://...


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