"Search query unable to contact the Search web service" - in standard SharePoint search results

Alexey Krasheninnikov
  • "Search query unable to contact the Search web service" - in standard SharePoint search results Alexey Krasheninnikov

    What could that message stem from? Any quick tips to diagnose?

    Single server farm, remote SQL. IT guys in another location, I have no VPN for access to SCAW (Central Administration Web) .

  • Without access to Central Admin, it is not really possible to diagnose.

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