In this section you can find a semi-automated method for Search Schema Configuration on an OnPremise SharePoint
You can configure searching in the Tags column with a PowerShell script. You have to use this script on your SharePoint 2013 server. This script can be used to restore default settings as well.
Prerequisites for Setting Up PowerSearch
- A SharePoint admin account
- Installed SharePoint 2013 Management Shell
- The file 'on-premise.ps1'
Steps to Follow to Set Up PowerSearch
- Place the file 'on-premise.ps1' on server, preferably to 'C:\Install\PowerTaggingDeploy\ SetupSearchSchema\'
- Run SharePoint 2013 Management Shell as admin
- Enter 'cd C:\Install\PowerTaggingDeploy\ SetupSearchSchema\' in the command prompt.
- Enter 'on-premise.ps1'.
- Confirm with 'Y'.
- You will get a success message 'ManagedProperty Tags2 was mapped to CrawledProperty ows_Tags'.
If you don’t have privileges for this action, follow these steps:
- Open the Central Administration of SharePoint.
- Click on Manage service applications.
- Select Search Service Application from the list and click Administrators in the ribbon, at the top of the page.
- Enter the name of your admin account, click Add, select Full Control and press OK.