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Changing the Folders Included in a Catalog
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To see which folders are included in a catalog, open the catalog s entry in the console tree and select Directories. Figure 17-13 shows a sample of what you might see.
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The Directories list shows which folders a catalog includes.
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Folders with a Yes in the Include In Catalog column are part of that catalog as are all of their subfolders, with the exception of subfolders explicitly excluded by entries that have a No in the Include In Catalog column. To add a folder to a catalog, right-click Directories in the console tree, choose New, and then choose Directory. In the ensuing dialog box, supply the path and alias of the folder you want to add. To delete a folder, right-click it in the details pane and choose Delete from
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Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition the shortcut menu. To change a folder s status from included to excluded, or vice versa double-click the folder in the details pane. In the ensuing dialog box, select Yes or No as appropriate.
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Excluding Specific Files on NTFS Disks
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To explicitly include or exclude a file on an NTFS-formatted disk from your catalog(s), rightclick the file in a Windows Explorer window and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. On the General tab of the properties dialog box, click the Advanced button to display the Advanced Attributes dialog box, shown in Figure 17-14. Clear the For Fast Searching, Allow Indexing Service To Index This File check box to exclude this file from all catalogs.
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Figure 17-14. You can use this Advanced Attributes dialog box to explicitly exclude a file from your catalog(s).
Manually Rescanning a Folder
You can manually initiate an incremental or full scan of any folder by right-clicking the folder name in the Indexing Service details pane, choosing All Tasks, and then choosing Rescan (Full) or Rescan (Incremental). Microsoft recommends that you do a full rescan if you install a new filter, start or stop the indexing of unknown file types, or edit the noise word file.
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Adjusting Indexing Service s Performance Parameters
To adjust Indexing Service s performance parameters, first stop the service. Right-click Indexing Service On Local Machine in the console tree, choose All Tasks, and then choose Tune Performance. These steps take you to the Indexing Service Usage dialog box, shown in Figure 17-15.
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Figure 17-15. category.
The Indexing Service Usage dialog box lets you choose a broad performance
If none of the first three options listed in this dialog box quite describes your situation, select Customize, and then click the Customize button. The Desired Performance dialog box, shown in Figure 17-16, appears.
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Figure 17-16.
The Desired Performance dialog box allows fine-tuning.
The sliders here control the processing priority that Windows gives to the service s catalog building (Indexing) and query processing (Querying). Moving either slider to the right makes the service more responsive while reducing the performance of whatever applications you might be running concurrently with Indexing Service.
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Managing Disks and Drives
Hard Disk Management 101 . . . . . . . . NTFS or FAT32: Which Disk Format Should You Choose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Converting a FAT32 Disk to NTFS . . . . . Basic and Dynamic Disks . . . . . . . . . . . Working with Partitions, Volumes, and Disks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 664 668 670 672 675 Setting Quotas for Disk Space Use . . . . 696 Setting AutoPlay Options for Removable Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 699 Working with Writable and Rewritable CD Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 701
When you get right down to it, storage defines what you can and can t do with Microsoft Windows XP. A big hard disk (or two or three) makes it possible for you to download digital media and manage it effectively. By subdividing hard disks intelligently, you can keep data and programs organized, making it easier to find data and back up copies of important files. Windows XP includes built-in support for removable media, too, most notably recordable CD drives, which you can use to create custom music CDs and data backups with relative ease.
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