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Indexing problem

  Asked By: Keely    Date: Jan 10    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 543

To keep the Microsoft support active, I created a subfolder
In this folder, I put several files, included some ASP, GIF and others.
And these files appears in search result : for example, if I search content,
the result list will display content.asp wich is in the subfolder
/resources/my_company. Even if I excluded this folder in the "Additionnal
settings" of the content sources.

I maybe not well populate informations in the additionnal settings... So,
anyone has something to guide me ?



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Aayushman Kanvinde     Answered On: Jan 10

My solution in that situation was to make the folder  readable for "Domain
users" only (apart from Administrators). To my surprise it is now accessible
and at the same time it's conetns do not turn up in search  results.
Only "Domain users" group has such strange (?) functionality in my

Answer #2    Answered By: Edgardo Atkins     Answered On: Jan 10

but it doesn't work : can't have only a reader
("need a coordinator" said SPS), and even if I put  a coordinator (an NT
account just for tests, with no domain administration rigths), and rebuild
the index, the content.asp page always comes up after a search....

Another idea ??

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