Windows Search/Outlook doesn't index properly

Windows Search/Outlook doesn't index properly

Go to C:\ProgramData\
Right-click on the Search folder
Select Properties
Select the Security tab
Click "Advanced"
Click "Change permissions" (this requires a UAC prompt)
Check the "Replace all child permission entities..." box at the bottom of the screen.

Apply changes.

Things should start indexing properly, checking Outlook is a good way to make sure.

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