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to a list of performance evaluations (with more restrictive permissions) could cause the more
restricted information to be listed in the search results when it shouldn’t.
It is unfortunate, but in the case that you need to use such fine-grained permissions or web
part connections, Microsoft recommends that you disable the indexing for the site. Fortunately,
the Indexing ASPX Page Content section will tell you whether you’re using fine-grained
permissions, and SharePoint has the default behavior of disabling indexing if such permissions exist.
This also explains why Search suddenly does not work for a site’s new information when it did
before you enabled unique permissions on a list item.
Most of the time, you’ll want to leave the default in place and allow indexing for most
sites and disallow indexing on those sites with fine-grained permissions or linked web parts.
However, if being able to search is more important than letting users see the search results for
list items and files they can’t open anyway, then you can enable search to always index ASPX
pages regardless.
New in SharePoint Foundation is the ability to restrict caching of the website for ofline client
access. By default, clients can cache the site locally, allowing for access when ofline. Setting this
to No will prevent the client from using ofline file caching on the site and will require an active
connection at all times.
S I T E S A N D W O R K S P A C E S
The Sites And Workspaces page (shown in Figure 9.30) displays a list of subsites below the
current site. Because the HR team site has no subsites, let’s look at this section under the main
Company Site. So, navigate up to the Company Site, go to its Site Settings page, and then click
the Sites And Workspaces link under the Site Administration section.
FIGURE 9.30
The Company
Site’s “Sites And
Workspaces” page
The HR team site you created is displayed here in the Site Content tree view. Clicking the
site’s name takes you to that site.
Clicking the Create button takes you to the New SharePoint Site page.
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