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Creating a Search Catalog with Site Server 3.0
Web sites must have a superior searching mechanism so users can quickly find information. This document provides practical information on creating, configuring, cataloging, and propagating information within large and small companies.
Getting the Most Out of Site Server Knowledge Manager
Find out how you can use the Knowledge Manager application as a foundation for creating a site vocabulary, enabling enterprise search, and facilitating information sharing.
Integrating Microsoft Site Server Search with Microsoft Exchange White Paper
Capitalize on Site Server and Exchange integration via Exchange public folder indexing, advanced site search capabilities, and custom Web solutions such as browser-based cataloging.
Managing an NT Web Site - Windows NT Systems
An extensive review of Site Server 3.0 by Microsoft. (Jan. 1999)
Microsoft Site Server 3.0 Search Database Indexing - Microsoft
An explanation of how database indexing works, troubleshooting tips, and how to accomplish advanced tasks.
Results of performance benchmark, Web application servers -
Press release from Doculabs announces benchmark testing results for web application servers. Results achieved using Microsoft Visual Studio 5.0 and Microsoft Transaction Server reached up to 3,400 pages served per second in the Windows NT environment, and showed that applications
written in Visual C++ performed better than those written in Visual Basic. Source: Doculabs
Site Server, IIS round out Internet offerings
Analysis and overviews of Site Server and Internet Information Server, including features and improvements, and comments from Site Server and IIS Product Managers Source: ENT (Jan. 6, 1999).
Site Server Multiple Approval Process for Publishing
Content review and management can be a headache, but it doesn't have to be with Site Server. This document provides step-by-step information and scripting samples for creating and maintaining a multiple approval publishing process
Site Server 3.0 Search Database Indexing
Many companies have different database architectures installed within their networks, which makes centralized indexing difficult. This document explains how database indexing works, provides troubleshooting tips, and demonstrates how to accomplish advanced tasks using Site Server.
Using Site Server Search - Windows 2000 Magazine
This article will help you to configure and use Site Server search a valuable utility available on Microsoft Site Server 3.0. Site Server search, which is wizard driven, can be used to crawl ODBC-compliant databases, Web sites, file systems, Microsoft Exchange Public folders, and
newsgroups Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (Mar. 14, 2000).
Organizing and Sharing the Contents of a Corporate Intranet
Get tips about how to manage your intranet in in this article reprinted from Patricia Seybold's Workgroup Computing Report.
Implementing Search in the Enterprise
The Enterprise Search features of Microsoft Site Server 3.0 include information gathering, indexing, search, and retrieval capabilities. Read about scenarios and practical information on implementing Search successfully.