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BOOK: Professional Microsoft Search: FAST Search, SharePoint Search, and Search Server
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Professional Microsoft Search: FAST Search, SharePoint Search, and Search Server by Mark Bennett, Jeff Fried, Miles Kehoe, Natalya Voskresenskaya ; ISBN: 978-0-470-58466-8
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Old October 17th, 2010, 05:22 PM
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Default Where is FSIS/FSIA?

I have just finished reading this book, it is really excellent work on the subject, full of expertise, insights and ideas. I am certain it will be a valuable resource for IT pros and developers for several years to come. Thank you!

I had little luck finding information about FAST Search for Internet Sites (FSIS) or FAST Search for Internal Applications (FSIA) on the Microsoft site. I have attended sessions at the SPC 2009 where these editions were mentioned, but now I cannot find information about them on technet or msdn, I get redirected to FAST Search for SharePoint. I was wondering if things have changed since the SPC 2009 and they were delayed or perhaps they are available via partners channel and all relevant documentation is not planned for public release?
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I read this book, it is really appreciated work on the such topic, full of expertise, insights and ideas. Thank you!!!
 


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