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    When you upgrade to Windows 2000 Server Indexing Service, custom catalogs that were created by using Index Server version 2.0 and earlier are lost. There are only two catalogs (the "Web" and the "System" catalog) that are installed with the product by...
    Windows 2000 Backup keeps a tombstone catalog on the local disk for each backup tape. After you select a backup catalog on the Restore tab, Backup mounts the tape and then reads the on-media catalog(s) to populate the on-disk catalog file before...
    Describes how to work around the issue in which Exchange Server services do not start automatically after Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010 are installed on a global catalog server. Includes the automatic option to "Fix it for me". and the...
    Describes a problem in which reinstalling the "Application Catalog web service point" role by using different installation options causes the Configuration Manager Application Catalog website not to function.
    This article details some backup and recovery guidelines for an Index Server catalog. WARNING : This information is provided as a guideline and is not supported by Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS). Use this information at your own risk.
    Full-text catalogs and indexes are not stored in a SQL Server database. Full-text catalogs and indexes are stored in separate files that the Microsoft Search service manages. The full-text catalog files are not recovered during a Microsoft SQL Server...
    Describes a problem that occurs when you perform a catalog search in Commerce Server 2007, and you receive an error message. Includes a resolution.
    Describes a problem where there is too much network traffic when Outlook tries to contact the global catalog server. Describes how to configure Outlook to a specific global catalog server or to the closest global catalog server.
    Fixes a problem in which a custom property in a category of a virtual catalog is not updated when you perform an incremental catalog import in a Commerce Server environment.

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