Re: Indexing - not indexing!
Thanks for the reply! Just checked permissions. I am the only user on this
machine but my logon name doesn't appear in there. I didn't expect it would
though. Everything in the permissions excepting for "Authenticated users"
has full control. I have set that to have it now, as well but don't expect
it to make any difference. Have you any other ideas?
"Kurt Herman" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Make sure for the drives you are trying to index, that you have your
> specific user permissions set to full access, and that the ownership of
> the disk and all sub files, is set to your default user (if you are the
> only one). Vista is set up to make files belonging to other users on the
> same machine not show up in everyone else's index. (Wouldn't be very
> secure if it did! )
> "Diamontina Cocktail" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>A short time after I upgraded my XP Pro to Vista Business, I noted how
>>damned slow the machine was and turned off Indexing which helped the speed
>>enormously. Since that time I have decided (this is months later) to turn
>>indexing back on, which I did. However, though I clicked on the "set to
>>default" in Indexing options and then told it to rebuild the index AND
>>left the machine without anything other than Windows running overnight,
>>the best it could do was index 3 items. I have repeated all this a number
>>of times and it has not gotten any better, on occasion only making it to 2
>> So, I was wondering if anyone may have a solution to this, please?