You are now in the confirmation page. To confirm the selection, just click Install. Please note that it will take some time to install the Windows Search Service.
The installation should now be complete.
Adding a New Location to be Indexed
A common problem that users on a network face is that when they try to add a network drive to their Library, an error message suddenly pops up that says “this network location can’t be included because it is not indexed”. There’s no need to worry though, this problem is easy to solve. The following steps require Windows Server 2008 or higher, and will work directly with Windows 7, 8, and 10 Libraries.
When the Windows Search Server is enabled, the server generates an index which is then stored on a Network Share. The clients that have this share mounted can use the search index to find the files they need.
The first step is to create a Shared Folder to host the search index. This can easily be done by going to the Server Manager > File and Storage Services > Shares and setting the appropriate User and File permissions.
Next you should enable Windows Search Service from your server. See the steps outlined above to do so on Windows Server 2008 and 2012.
With Windows Search Service installed and the shared folder created, you will then need to add that shared folder to the index. On the server, go to Control Panel > Indexing Options then click Modify to add the folder or even an entire drive to the index.
Now you will be able to add the network share to the library without the error message appearing.