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how do I find certain indexes?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by oddballBP, Jan 29, 2019.

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  1. oddballBP

    oddballBP Thread Starter

    Jan 29, 2019
    So I understand there's certain ways to Google and find exactly what your looking for weather it's login portals or files but something I can't seem to figure out or find is how to use Google to find indexes I've attached a photo of what I basically am looking for.... all I had to do was Google index /manuels

    So my question is how can I get better seach results because it also displays allot of websites when all I want is to connect to the pages like the one in the photo so i can download what I want how can I refine my Google search to just pull up indexes/parent directory's and skip the main website and just view the files like in the picture (works on some file hosting websites after a files reported and "taken down" it sits there in the index still downloadable just extra info) Screenshot_2019-01-29-10-47-49.png
  2. cwwozniak

    cwwozniak Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

    Nov 28, 2005
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    Hello oddballBP, and welcome to TSG

    Have you tried putting key phrases and key words in quotes to indicate they must be in the search results? As an example try putting the following, including the quotation marks into the Google search box:

    "Index of" "Parent Directory" "manuels"
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