Configuring Microsoft IIS Search for Reverb
If you are deploying Reverb to a private network and require a more advanced search capability than provided by the Client-side Search implementation, then the Microsoft IIS Search implementation would be a good choice.
In order to choose this option for your Reverb search implementation, you must have a Microsoft IIS web server to host the Reverb output files.
To index the files in the IIS search, complete the following steps
1. In order for the Microsoft IIS search solution to work properly, you will need to make sure that your project’s ePublisher target setting has Pretty Print enabled. This target setting is located under the File Processing group.
2. Generate and then deploy your content to a folder served by your Microsoft IIS server.
3. Right-click on the target deployment folder.
4. Go to Properties -> Advanced
5. Check the option to Allow Files on this drive to have contents indexed in addition to file properties.
6. Click OK, and then click OK again.
7. For running on Windows Server, you will need to specify the Indexing Options on the machine as follows.
a. In Windows Server, open Control Panel > Indexing Options.
b. Click on the Advanced button and then switch to the File Types tab.
c. Select Index Properties and File Contents.
d. Click OK, and then click OK again.
8. Access your Reverb output via a web browser to verify search is working.