Indexing Service Cannot Index or Search Based on Document Summary Information
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 262666 - The Indexing service
may not be able to index or search for documents based on
summary information stored by using Windows Explorer.
Specifically, summary information that you add by using Windows
Explorer cannot be retrieved in query result
Indexing Service Searches That Use Date Strings Return Unexpected Results
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 283163 - When you search for
strings that are interpreted as dates by the Indexing service in
Windows 2000 may return unexpected results. For example, a
search for Jan12345 may also return hits for Jan67890.
Index Server Timeout Is Not Reported When You Execute a Query over Multiple Catalogs
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 272763 - If a query over multiple catalogs exceeds the time limit for execution (the MaxQueryExecution
Time registry parameter), Indexing Service does not report that
the query timed out before it finished.
Index Server Query Timeout Does Not Function
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 252313 - Indexing Service
query timeouts may not work. Unlike Microsoft Internet
Information Server (IIS) 4.0, Windows 2000 allows expensive
queries not to timeout, which can cause the site to become
Indexes Larger Than Four Gigabytes May Become Corrupted
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 258075 - If the index that is
used by the Windows 2000 Indexing service exceeds four gigabytes
(GB) in size, it may become corrupted, which may cause data