13 มีนาคม 2555 15:26
We've got involved in a situation where a customer recently received a batch of PDF documents from a supplier that included a title property. This property wasn't picked up by SharePoint's title metadata, but is shown is search results (the farm has the Adobe iFilter for acrobat installed). The problem is, the title within the document as shown on the results page is a link to an inappropriate site, and the link itself contains profanity.
We thought ForeFront would be able to prevent this from happening using keyword filtering, but our testing has shown that it doesn't - it quite happily blocks Word documents with the same title, but not PDFs. We tried McAfee Portalshield too, and it has the same limitation, so I'm guessing it's down to the way files are presented to the scanner from SharePoint. Is there a way to scan PDF document properties using content filtering to block inappropriate content?
14 มีนาคม 2555 6:25ผู้ดูแล
Thank you for the post.
As far as I know, in FPSP we can keyword filter Office 2010 docs. As for PDF, we do not have a “navigator” for these type of docs.
Nick Gu - MSFT
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14 มีนาคม 2555 11:30Thanks Nick. Will this be something Adobe need to do then, or could ForeFront be extended to include fields that the iFilters pick up? Seems a bit of hole at the moment, particularly as fields like this could be exploited with more than just a hyperlink.