Manage settings to improve search results (Search Server 2008)

Applies To: Microsoft Search Server 2008


Topic Last Modified: 2009-06-26

You can use various features in Microsoft Search Server 2008 to help users get better search results, such as properties assigned to context, stored during indexing, and mapped to managed properties made available for searches; keywords defined by the search services administrator with their definitions and synonyms; and Best Bets sites.

This topic links to articles that provide information about how an administrator can configure these features, and about where and how search queries employ these features.


Unless otherwise noted, the information in this article applies to both Microsoft Search Server 2008 and Microsoft Search Server 2008 Express.

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Helping users make successful queries (Search Server 2008)