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So, the choice is a working website/streamer or errors renaming on the shared folders.  
 
So, the choice is a working website/streamer or errors renaming on the shared folders.  
  
Microsoft KB article [https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3198614 here].
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This is a bug in Microsoft code and not our code. [https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3198614 Microsoft Windows KB3198614]
  
 
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# Click the "Stop" button.
 
# Click the "Stop" button.
 
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Revision as of 11:56, 6 January 2017

Windows Search installed and configured on the server cause renaming errors on remote systems for indexed locations.

When to Use

When you experiencing folder rename errors, or long wait times on rename when using Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607) as the client and Windows Server Essentials (or Windows 8.1 and up, with Windows Search configured).

Caveat: This will break the Media Streaming functionality of the Windows Media Pack for Server Essentials, and break the file list for the Remote Access Website in Windows Server Essentials, as both of these rely solely on Windows Search.

So, the choice is a working website/streamer or errors renaming on the shared folders.

This is a bug in Microsoft code and not our code. Microsoft Windows KB3198614

Steps

  1. Follow: Q7200705
  2. Run "services.msc".
  3. Find "Windows Search" in the list.
  4. Right click on the service and select "Properties".
  5. Set the "Startup type" to "Disabled".
  6. Click the "Stop" button.
  7. Hit "OK"


References

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