Default content source settings for 'Local SharePoint sites' in SharePoint 2010?

I remember that there were some odd entires in the 'Local SharePoint sites' content source. I removed them earlier for testing, and now I'd like them back. Can someone give me a tip of what these exactly were?
SynocusAsked:
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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
more than likely there were some using the sps3:// and sts:// protocols.  These are PeopleSearch and SharePOint specific protocols.  
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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
Typically sps3://url points towards your MySites web app.
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SynocusAuthor Commented:
So

sps3://<url>
sts://<url>

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Justin SmithSr. System EngineerCommented:
Yeah, but honestly, the sps3 is the only one created by default in 2010.  sts was more in 2007.
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SynocusAuthor Commented:
ok, thanks.
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