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What is the command line for Indexing Options? I very much enjoyed reading all five pages of Useful Commandline Commands on Windows. But I still cannot find the console command for Indexing Options.

I have this little, free system tray app called UriTree that stores these things in an OPML file---so having as many of these command-line tricks as possible helps me personally. Anyway, here is the screenshot of the applet that I cannot call from the command-line:

Windows 7 Indexing Options

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The screenshot is not showing. – Marcin Nov 16 '09 at 4:06
    
...sorry about that .htaccess... – rasx Nov 20 '09 at 7:48
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Type Windows+R, the then run the command:

rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL srchadmin.dll

I have only tried this on Windows Vista.

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it works on Windows 7 64-bit! great job! – rasx Nov 20 '09 at 7:37

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