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Hi. I have a QNAP NAS and want to add shared folders to my local index (pc running Windows 7 64bits). I tried the "Add-in for Files on Microsoft Networks " but this does not work. Thx by advance for your help.
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"Your share can only be indexed remotely when the server conforms to the Windows  Indexing Protocol. Your NAS probably doesn't do that"

See: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/efb5b9dd-4281-4a17-947d-d55207bd6015/how-can-i-index-a-network-share
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