Need to get a complete list of all available coommands & queries that can be put in a Server 2008 R2 search bar.

Need to get a complete list of all available commands & queries that can be put in a Server 2008 R2 search bar (see the screenshot).

I'm not sure how to type in valid commands for things that I would like to search for.

I need a resource that gives a complete list of all valid commands, queries, and parameters that I can enter to refine my searches to find exactly what I want to find.
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michkoCommented:
You can enter anything you want in the search bar, even if you're not sure of the exact spelling.  That's what the search function is for.

I'm going to take a guess that what you're looking for is a reference of Server 2008's command line tools, these are what you would typically run from a search bar, or the command prompt.

the below link is a download from MS on their windows command reference.
https://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=5fb255ff-72da-4b08-a504-1b10266cf72a&displaylang=en

Hope that helps.
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w3rCommented:
Or you may be looking for AQS of WS 4.0?
The Advanced Query Syntax of Windows Search 4.0 can be found here. If you don't have WS 4.0 installed you can get it from here.

Greetings Mike
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