Manually Update an Index

If you’re trying to find a very recent document, it might not be in your search index yet. In this case, you can update the index manually.

Windows Search

Windows updates its indexes on-the-fly as files change or get added. There is no way to force an update.

Enterprise Organizer Pro’s Advanced Search

If you have enabled auto-indexing, Enterprise Organizer Pro updates its indexes regularly (see Activate Auto-Indexing). To force an update:

  1. In the Search view, click the Manage Indexes button, OR ...
    In the Manage view, click the Cabinets button > Indexing Options tab
  2. Check the box for the cabinet(s) you want to update
  3. For the Type of Index option, select Incremental
  4. Click Start Indexer

Full Index

To rebuild an index from scratch:

  1. In the Search view, click the Manage Indexes button, OR ...
    In the Manage view, click the Cabinets button > Indexing Options tab
  2. Check the box for the cabinet(s) you want to update
  3. For the Type of Index option, select Full
  4. Click Start Indexer
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