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Querying the Index with the search-ms Protocol

The search-ms  application protocol is a convention for querying the Windows Search index. The protocol enables applications, like Windows Explorer, to query the index with parameter-value arguments, including property arguments, previously saved searches, Advanced Query Syntax (AQS), Natural Query Syntax (NQS), and language code identifiers (LCIDs) for both the indexer and the query itself.

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Querying the Index Programmatically
Using SQL and AQS Approaches to Query the Index
Querying the Index with ISearchQueryHelper
Querying the Index with Windows Search SQL Syntax
Using Advanced Query Syntax Programmatically

 

 

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