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Manage crawling in SharePoint Server 2013

SharePoint 2013
 

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2014-03-17

Summary:  Learn how to crawl content that you want users to be able to search for in SharePoint 2013.

The following articles on TechNet provide information about how to manage crawling in SharePoint 2013.


 

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Best practices for crawling in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to manage crawls effectively.

Manage continuous crawls in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to enable continuous crawls of SharePoint content to help keep the search index and search results as fresh as possible.

Manage crawl rules in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to specify a content access account, create crawl rules to include or exclude directories, and prioritize crawl rules.

Add, edit, or delete a content source in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to create a content source to specify what type of content to crawl, schedules for crawling, start addresses, and crawl priority.

Start, pause, resume, or stop a crawl in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to start, pause, resume or stop a full or incremental crawl of a content source.

Reset the search index in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to reset the SharePoint search index.

Delete items from the search index or from search results in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to remove an item from the search index or SharePoint search results by removing the URL.

Add or remove a file type from the search index in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to add or remove a file type from the SharePoint search index by modifying the list of file types that the search system crawls.

Configure and use the Exchange connector for SharePoint 2013

Learn how to create a crawl rule and add a content source to crawl Exchange Server public folders.

Configure and use the Lotus Notes connector for SharePoint Server 2013

Learn about the administrative roles, required software, user accounts, and processes that are required to install and operate the Lotus Notes Client and the Lotus Notes Connector to work with SharePoint 2013 search.

Configure and use the Documentum connector in SharePoint Server 2013

Learn how to install and configure the Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Indexing Connector for Documentum.

Change the default account for crawling in SharePoint 2013

Change the user name or password of the account that the SharePoint 2013 Search service uses by default for crawling.

Configure time-out values for crawler connections in SharePoint Server 2013

Change how long the SharePoint 2013 search crawler will wait for a connection to a content repository or for a response to a connection attempt.

Configure the crawler in case of SSL certificate warnings in SharePoint Server 2013

Specify whether a SharePoint 2013 crawler will crawl a site if there is a problem with the site’s Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate.

Configure proxy server settings for Search in SharePoint Server 2013

Specify a proxy server to send requests to crawl content or query federated content repositories.

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