Tiny Core Linux, Micro Core Linux, 10MB Linux GUI Desktop, Live, Frugal, Extendable "Access is denied. Check that the Default Content Access Account has access to this content" Hi, I am going crazy with people search:@. People profiles are not crawling at all. error: " The object was not found. We have separate test and prod environment. Environment: MOSS 2007 SP2 on WINDOWS 2008R2. steps taken: - verified that default content account can access my site. - Root level (/) site exist in my site web application( - my site url is listed as sps3//mysite:port/ in the content source. - Reset all crawl settings and started again. - Users profile exist in SSP > User profiles and properties. Not sure what else i can try! But here is a strange behavior in SSP > personalization services permssions - I have modified permission for default content account(just granted Manage Analytics, Manage User Profiles, Personal Features). - When i did a full crawl, the permission was reset for this account to ALL. - Then I deleted default content account from SSP > perso...service permission and did full crawl again. Please response if you have any suggestions.
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