Hello again, everyone. I don't have much experience with managing Search, although I'm trying to get it under control and set everything up correctly.
As a test, I have set up a content source and a crawl component to crawl/index a specific file share for my team (the "web team") in my organization. However, I wanted to limit the search results with this information to only that site collection which is being searched.
So for instance, if my portal site's search (top level) is at http://tspg.sharepoint.com/search
and I search for "managing alternate access mappings", it will pull up a document titled as "managing alternate access mappings.doc" that resides in the "web team" file share at \\127.0.0.1\webteam$
What I want to do, is to hide search results from that file share UNLESS they are searching on the http://tspg.sharepoint.com/webteam/search
Does this make any sense? I need to have all content (file shares for records being stored off-server as well as sites within the farm) to be searchable, but there is some information that I would like to keep private as it could create problems if other teams got their hands on this information.
Has anyone configured this before, or is it even possible?