Indexing All the Files Contained in a Repository
|File connector with Windows server||Registers on the Windows file server with the CES login account. To modify this account, refer to Modifying the CES Log on Account.|
|File connector with Novell server||Registers on the Novell file server with the username and password entered in the
Novell Servers page.
Note: A Novell server configuration must first be entered (see How to Add a Novell Server Configuration).
To modify the username and password:
|Web connector||Registers anonymously on Web servers, unless a user identity or login account is provided.
Important: Even if a page is crawled with a user identity or login account, its security permissions are not indexed. However, if a Web page is hosted locally (i.e. the Web server is on the same network as CES), it is possible to index the network permissions of the files (see Modifying Source Security Permissions
To provide a user identity or login account:
Note: It is also possible to index a website using a HTTP proxy (see Customizing Built-In Connectors).
|SharePoint connector||Registers anonymously on SharePoint servers, unless a user identity is provided.
To provide a user identity:
|MAPI connector||Registers on the Exchange server with the username and password of the MAPI profile (ex.: Outlook).|
|Lotus Notes connector||Registers on the Lotus Domino server with the Lotus Notes user Id file and password.|
|Documentum connector||Registers on the Documentum server with the username and password provided during source creation (see Adding a Source).|
|EnterpriseVault connector||Registers on the EnterpriseVault server with the connection string provided during source creation (see Adding a Source).|
|Exchange connector||Registers on the Exchange server with the username and password provided during source creation (see Adding a Source).|
|ODBC connector||Registers anonymously on databases, unless explicit username and password parameters are created (see How to Add Explicit Parameters to Additional Connectors).|