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  • I have win 2003 server OS and i want to seach one IP Address inside the compress folder where all compress folder in one normal folder .please how i can search that IP address :

     

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    Thursday, October 6, 2011 4:22 AM

Answers

  • Hi,

     

    Windows Search 4.0 fully supports indexing encrypted files on local file systems, allowing users to index and search the properties and contents of encrypted files.

     

    For more information, please refer to the following Microsoft KB article:

     

    Description of Windows Search 4.0 and the Multilingual User Interface Pack for Windows Search 4.0

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940157

     

    Windows Search has a filter to index virtually any file type as text, including the file name, the metadata, and the contents of the file. Windows Search indexes some popular file types as text and excludes others, as described below. Users can change these defaults on the on the File Types tab in the Advanced Options dialogue from the Indexing Options Control Panel. For additional control, IT administrators can also prevent certain file types from being indexed via Group Policy.

     

    By default, the following file types are indexed as text:

     

    .a, .ans, .asc, .asm, .bas, .bat, .bcp, .c, .cc, .cls, .cmd, .cpp, .cs, .csa, .cxx, .dbs, .def, .dic, .dos, .dsp, .dsw, .ext, .faq, .fky, .h, .hpp, .hxx, .i, .ibq, .dl, .idq, .inc, .inf, .ini, .inl, .inx, .jav, .java, .js, .kci, .lgn, .log, .lst, .m3u, .mak, .map, .mdb, .mk, .odh, .odl, .pl, .prc, .rc, .rc2, .rct, .reg, .rgs, .rul, .s, .scc, .sol, .sql, .tab, .tdl, .tiff, .tlh, .tli, .trg, .txt, .udf;udt, .usr, .vbs, .viw, .vspscc, .vsscc, .vssscc, .wri, .wtx

     

    Windows search can also index .xps files as text if the application that created the files does not rasterize the file.

     

    By default, the following file types are excluded from the index:

     

    .386, .aps, .bin, .bk1, .bk2, .bkf, .blf, .bsc, .btr, .cat, .cfg, .cgm, .chk, .ci, .crwl, .cur, .dat, .dbg, .dct, .dir, .dl_, .el, .evt, .ex_, .exp, .eyb, .fnt, .fon, .ghi, .gthr, .hqx, .icm, .idb, .idx, .ilk, .imc, .in_, .ini, .inv, .ipp, .jbf, .lib, .local, .log, .log1, .log2, .m14, .mac, .man, .manifest, .map, .MAPIMail, .mmf, .mui, .muimanifest, .mv, .ncb, .obj, .oc_, .ocx, .onecache, .onetoc, .onetoc2, .ost, .pch, .pdb, .pds, .pf, .pic, .pma, .pmc, .pml, .pmr, .pst, .res, .rmp, .rpc, .rsp, .sbr, .sc2, .sit, .sr_, .sy_, .sym, .tlb, .tlh, .tmf, .tmp, .ttc, .ttf, .ufm, .vbx, .vxd, .wll, .wlt, .xbm, .xix, .z96, .ZFSendToTarget

     

    Please also refer to the following Microsoft TechNet article for more information regarding Windows Search 4.0:

     

    Extending Windows Search

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771093(WS.10).aspx#BKMK_FileTypesIndexedbyDefault

     

    Regards,


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    Tuesday, October 11, 2011 6:21 AM

All replies

  • Hi,

     

    Windows Search 4.0 fully supports indexing encrypted files on local file systems, allowing users to index and search the properties and contents of encrypted files.

     

    For more information, please refer to the following Microsoft KB article:

     

    Description of Windows Search 4.0 and the Multilingual User Interface Pack for Windows Search 4.0

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940157

     

    Windows Search has a filter to index virtually any file type as text, including the file name, the metadata, and the contents of the file. Windows Search indexes some popular file types as text and excludes others, as described below. Users can change these defaults on the on the File Types tab in the Advanced Options dialogue from the Indexing Options Control Panel. For additional control, IT administrators can also prevent certain file types from being indexed via Group Policy.

     

    By default, the following file types are indexed as text:

     

    .a, .ans, .asc, .asm, .bas, .bat, .bcp, .c, .cc, .cls, .cmd, .cpp, .cs, .csa, .cxx, .dbs, .def, .dic, .dos, .dsp, .dsw, .ext, .faq, .fky, .h, .hpp, .hxx, .i, .ibq, .dl, .idq, .inc, .inf, .ini, .inl, .inx, .jav, .java, .js, .kci, .lgn, .log, .lst, .m3u, .mak, .map, .mdb, .mk, .odh, .odl, .pl, .prc, .rc, .rc2, .rct, .reg, .rgs, .rul, .s, .scc, .sol, .sql, .tab, .tdl, .tiff, .tlh, .tli, .trg, .txt, .udf;udt, .usr, .vbs, .viw, .vspscc, .vsscc, .vssscc, .wri, .wtx

     

    Windows search can also index .xps files as text if the application that created the files does not rasterize the file.

     

    By default, the following file types are excluded from the index:

     

    .386, .aps, .bin, .bk1, .bk2, .bkf, .blf, .bsc, .btr, .cat, .cfg, .cgm, .chk, .ci, .crwl, .cur, .dat, .dbg, .dct, .dir, .dl_, .el, .evt, .ex_, .exp, .eyb, .fnt, .fon, .ghi, .gthr, .hqx, .icm, .idb, .idx, .ilk, .imc, .in_, .ini, .inv, .ipp, .jbf, .lib, .local, .log, .log1, .log2, .m14, .mac, .man, .manifest, .map, .MAPIMail, .mmf, .mui, .muimanifest, .mv, .ncb, .obj, .oc_, .ocx, .onecache, .onetoc, .onetoc2, .ost, .pch, .pdb, .pds, .pf, .pic, .pma, .pmc, .pml, .pmr, .pst, .res, .rmp, .rpc, .rsp, .sbr, .sc2, .sit, .sr_, .sy_, .sym, .tlb, .tlh, .tmf, .tmp, .ttc, .ttf, .ufm, .vbx, .vxd, .wll, .wlt, .xbm, .xix, .z96, .ZFSendToTarget

     

    Please also refer to the following Microsoft TechNet article for more information regarding Windows Search 4.0:

     

    Extending Windows Search

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771093(WS.10).aspx#BKMK_FileTypesIndexedbyDefault

     

    Regards,


    Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you, and to click “Unmark as Answer” if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
    Tuesday, October 11, 2011 6:21 AM
  • for better results extract the compressed folders to each folder individually. Try searching now. You may find results very soon.
    Regards, h9ck3r.
    Friday, October 14, 2011 2:53 PM