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Sharepoint 2010 Crawler not working. Error

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Hi,

My sharepoint 2010 is working flawlessly. However, the Search Service Crawl does not work.

I found this in the crawl log:

An unrecognized HTTP response was received when attempting to crawl this item. Verify whether the item can be accessed using your browser. ( Error from SharePoint site: HttpStatusCode ExpectationFailed The request failed with HTTP status 417: Expectation failed. )
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by:Justin Smith
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What is your environment like?  Is everything in the same domain?  Are you only crawling SharePoint sites?
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by:SG_IT
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Single server. 2008 R2, SQL 2008 SP2 Std. At this point in time, only attempting to crawl sharepoint sites.
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by:Justin Smith
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What is in your content sources?  All valid addresses?
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by:SG_IT
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Just found that it works for individual sites but not the main one. Somehow it fails the authentication. I have tried everything with no solution... Tried extra registry settings, disabling ipv6, etc... still no luck... At least for now I can add on sites to the list, better than nothing
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by:Justin Smith
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curious....did you disable loopback check?
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by:SG_IT
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How do I disable loopback check?
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by:SG_IT
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Thanks Ach1lles.
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by:Justin Smith
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No prob.  If it worked, please close this question.
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by:SG_IT
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Can I know how do I close this ticket?
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Problem could not be reproduced
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