Set up domain search capabilities with reduced bandwidth consumption

The VIEW's -- Cheryl Elmo and Debbie Lynd
To reduce network bandwidth consumption during domain searches, you may want to set up regional Domain Search servers: North American Domain Search on server A; Latin American Domain Search Server on server B, etc. The databases indexed on each server can be specific to the region so that users go to a single server in their region to conduct searches.

To decide who uses which server to search, you can create user profiles that will update the user's current Location document with the appropriate Domain Search server (i.e., USDomainSearch/Server/View and UKDomainSearch/Server/View).

This was first published in April 2001

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