Setting up the Search Service application may be a one time job, but managing the search is not. Getting good search results to the community is the job of a vigilant administrator. As we have seen in previous recipes, the Search Administrator does not have to be the same person as the Farm Administrator.
Obtaining good search results requires monitoring trends and ensuring that content is being crawled in a timely manner. Using this information, the administrator can make appropriate decisions on how to improve performance.
This recipe introduces us to the Search Administration screen, which is used to manage the Search Service.
There are two ways to manage the search service: