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Inderxing other servers under NT 4.0

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Hello,

I need a script or a program that can indexing other servers
and than makes it a seachable index like "Harvest".
But it must work under NT 4.0 server.

Thanks for your time.

Greetings,

Jeffeny
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Hi, there is a port of htdig for win32.  I haven't tried it out, but i've used htdig in linux and it works pretty well.

Another way is to use cold fusion...although it's not freeware nor shareware.

the url for htdig is
http://www.htdig.org

the url for cold fusion is
http://www.allaire.com

Regards,

Jorge del Conde
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