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How to add all existing  local disks to index list automatically

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Hi everyone.
I need to add all existing  local disks to index list automatically.
Suitable options are:
- GPO;
- CMD;
- PowerShell;
Who know, how can do it?
Additional: I am using Windows 10 (Version 1511).
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Question by:Sergey Truhan
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There's a GPO to set the default indexed paths: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732491(v=ws.10).aspx#BKMK_DefaultIndexedpaths
I don't know if this works even with wildcards, you need to try.
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