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Indexing and NT Server 4.0

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Hello,

We have an indexing script "Harvest" that runs under Unix.
We now have a NT Server 4.0 and would like an indexing search script for NT.

Please help.

Greetings,

Jeffeny
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by:ptruman
ID: 1832373
get Index Server from Microsoft.
It's free.

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by:harryv
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Hello,

We want to index other servers than ours. Is that possible with the Microsoft Index Server?

Thanks for your time.

Greetings,

Jeffeny
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by:harryv
ID: 1832375
Hello,

We want to index other servers than ours. Is that possible with the Microsoft Index Server?

Thanks for your time.

Greetings,

Jeffeny
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by:harryv
ID: 1832376
Hello,

      We want to index other servers than ours. Is that possible with the Microsoft Index Server?

      Thanks for your time.

      Greetings,

      Jeffeny
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by:ptruman
ID: 1832377
Nope.
You can only track those under the control of your index
server/internet information server(s)

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by:harryv
ID: 1832378
Hello again,

Is there a program or script wich has the opportunity to index another server than the ours?

Thanks for your time.

Greetings,

Jeffeny
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aioudine earned 100 total points
ID: 1832379
take a look at Cybotics Search Engine (Java driven servlet)
Work with IIS, support remote URL indexing
Free 30-day trial available
http://www.cybotics.com/products/cse/index.html
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