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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 Administrator's Companion by The Microsoft SharePoint Community Experts, Bill English

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Disabling Search at the List Level

There might be times when the information that is held in a list is too sensitive to be included in the index. If the wrong persons were to find this information, the consequences would be too costly. Because of this, Microsoft has given the end-users the ability to remove a list from the index so that content items in the list are not indexed and thus, cannot appear in any result set. The end user can remove individual lists from the SSP’s index by simply turning off indexing for that list. Users will not need to do this if their sole motivation is to ensure that the wrong people don’t see the list’s information in their result set. Users can turn off indexing for compliance reasons or because the information ...

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