Security and protection for Search Server 2008
Updated: August 10, 2009
Applies To: Microsoft Search Server 2008
Topic Last Modified: 2009-08-07
In this section:
Security considerations for search (Search Server 2008) — Learn about security trimming and how to exclude content from a crawl so that users get only the search results that they are authorized to view.
Security for federation (Search Server 2008) — Learn about security best practices for federated search, including information about authentication types and security trimming.
Add or remove a search services administrator (Search Server 2008) — Learn how to become a search services administrator to configure the Shared Services Provider (SSP) settings and access the Search Administration page in Microsoft Search Server 2008.
Change passwords for administration accounts and service accounts (Search Server 2008) — Learn how to change the passwords for services, application pool identities, the SSP, the content access account, and more.
Configure SSL certificate warning (Search Server 2008) — Learn how to configure Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate warnings on trustworthy sites.
Remove URLs from search results (Search Server 2008) — Learn how to exclude specific URLs from being displayed in search results.