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Click Start, point to All
Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then
click SharePoint 3.0 Central Administration.
Click the Operations tab, and then click
Services on Server.
For the Windows SharePoint Services Help Search service,
Click OK when you receive the following
The Windows SharePoint Services Search service
that was enabled on this server will be uninstalled and all index files will be
Repeat step 1 through step 4 on each server where the
Windows SharePoint Services Search service is running.
On the server in the farm in which you want the Search feature to be available,
start the Windows SharePoint Services Search service.
On the Configure Windows SharePoint Services Search Service
Settings page, specify the required account settings. Also, specify a new
Search database. You can delete the original Search database. Or, you can
specify a new name for the Search database to avoid a conflict.