Microsoft KB Archive/923900
Article ID: 923900
Article Last Modified on 5/14/2007
- Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Consider the following scenario. You add a search keyword in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Then, you add one or more best bets to the keyword. A user searches the site by using that keyword, or a synonym of that keyword. Items that are associated with the keyword best bet are displayed in the search results even though the user does not have permissions to access the items. Therefore, when the user clicks an item that is associated with a keyword best bet in the search results, the user may be unable to access the item.
In SharePoint Server 2007, items in the search results that are associated with a keyword best bet can be viewed by all users. Although all users can view these items, users must have appropriate permissions before they can access those particular items.
A keyword best bet is a document or page URL that a site administrator selects for a particular search keyword. Site administrators can use keyword best bets to mark items so that the items appear more prominently in search results. Keyword best bets enable site administrators to guide users to specific pages or to specific documents that are more important or more relevant to the users' searches. For more information about keyword best bets, see SharePoint Server 2007 Help.
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