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From SPC14: “Troubleshoot Search” session (spc375)
Wow! I wanted to send a huge thank you to the 501 folks that attended our session today and for the very gracious feedback. Once the slides become public and our recording gets pushed to Channel9 (from what I'm hearing, I think it should be happening about 30 days from now). And as promised, here...
5 Mar 2014
AAMs *Explained : Redux (and Presentation)
I recently gave a talk around AAMs and wanted to post my slides here (attached below as AAMExplained.xps). This post is intended to complement my previous post on AAMs , but these slides go a little further by starting to explore the impacts to crawls and URL-based properties in the index (these slides...
1 Oct 2013
Alternate Access Mappings (AAMs) *Explained
Based on many of the support cases that I've seen, Alternate Access Mappings (AAM) may be one of the least understood aspects of SharePoint and can have substantial impact on Search (both Crawl and Query). In this post, I'll document some of my experiences and insights on AAMs. Note: " Plan alternate...
27 May 2013
Beware crawling the non-Default zone for a SharePoint 2013 Web Application
After playing for a while with SharePoint 2013 Search, I thought we were out of the woods regarding crawls of the non-Default Alternate Access Mapping (AAM) zone for a SharePoint Web Application. This caused all sorts of problems in earlier versions of SharePoint (primarily busted contextual scopes,...
20 Feb 2013
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