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    File server , home folders and indexing

    HI all,

    So we ditched RM CC3, domain works fine, but our file server that hosts all home folders spikes up in CPU usage. Mainly because of SearchIndexing. If I switch of this service users will get information on documents folder that some library features are not supported and default save location is not supported either.

    Just wonder how you guys have this setup? I already excluded all shared folders from indexing, just left home folders

    Do you keep kids home folder on different server than staff home folders?

    If the server is very busy it take awful lots of time to save anything.

    Or maybe after sometime windows will index everything and it will be quicker?

    Our environment: servers win 2008 r2 , desktops on Windows 7
    Last edited by kcymer; 8th September 2011 at 01:34 PM.

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