Configure the Windows SharePoint Services Help Search service (Office SharePoint Server)
Applies To: Office SharePoint Server 2007
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The Windows SharePoint Services Help Search service handles search tasks for nonindexed content such as Help.
On the top navigation bar, click Operations.
On the Operations page, in the Topology and Services section, click Services on server.
On the Services on Server page, click Windows SharePoint Services Help Search in the list of services.
On the Configure Windows SharePoint Services Search Service Settings page, in the Service Account section, specify the account you want to use for the Windows SharePoint Services Search service.
In the Content Access Account section, specify the account you want the Windows SharePoint Services Help Search service to use when accessing content.
In the Search database section, type the name of the database server and database name that you want to use or accept the default settings. Select the appropriate database authentication method.
In the Indexing Schedule section, you can select how often you want the Windows SharePoint Services Help Search service to crawl the content. You can schedule crawls hourly, daily, or by number of minutes.