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Hi!

I have to troubleshoot a problem with SharePoint 2010 search. Users can only search with the 'all sites' scope. The 'this site' scope doesn't show any results. At the moment I don't have any further information. I was hoping that one of you experts could think with me about what could be the cause of this problem.

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chanderpal singh rathore earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Go through the link to solve your problem:

Link: http://www.mattstratton.com/tech-tips/configuring-sharepoint-2010-search-in-a-one-way-trust-scenario

Good Luck!!!!!!
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Thanks!
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No problem SvenIA.

I am glad that your issue is resolved.
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