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    Media Manager Indexer, by default, runs at the startup of Windows. It is set by default to index every 30 minutes but it can be reset to run less often. This is most often the cause of the system seeming to run much slower after installation of Media...
    This article details how to troubleshoot some of the common causes for Windows Desktop Search not returning the expected items when querying in Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and Microsoft Outlook 2010.
    Microsoft Windows Search uses property handlers to extract the values of properties from items and uses the property system schema to determine how a specific property should be indexed.
    Applies to: Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint The FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePointindex schema is used to specify which managed properties can be searched in the search index and the associated search-related features. This ...
    This Help topic describes how to use Windows Search 4.0 to find content in a workspace or across your workspaces. What do you want to do? Learn about Search features and
    Information Rights Management (IRM) enables content creators to control and protect their documents. The contents of rights-managed documents are encrypted and supplied with a publishing license that imposes restrictions on users. These restrictions vary depending on the level of users' permissions. Typical restrictions include making a document read-only, disabling copying of text, not allowing users to save a copy of the document, or preventing users from printing the document. Client applications that read IRM-supported file types use the issuance license inside an IRM-managed document to enforce the restrictions on users who access the document.
    Describes issues that are fixed in Outlook 2007 by the 2007 Microsoft Office suites Service Pack 1.
    Describes how to troubleshoot performance issues in Windows Vista.
    If your organization adheres to legal discovery requirements (related to organizational policy, compliance, or lawsuits), In-Place eDiscovery in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and Exchange Online can help you perform discovery searches for relevant content within mailboxes. Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online also offer federated search capability and integration with Microsoft SharePoint 2013 and Microsoft SharePoint Online. Using the eDiscovery Center in SharePoint, you can search for and hold all content related to a case, including SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online websites, documents, file shares indexed by SharePoint (SharePoint 2013 only), mailbox content in Exchange, and archived Lync 2013 content. You can also use In-Place eDiscovery in an Exchange hybrid environment to search on-premises and cloud-based mailboxes in the same search.
    Describes how to enable global and advanced logging for Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013.

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