Veritas Advanced Supervision User Guide
- Introducing Advanced Supervision
- Getting started
- Working with dashboard widgets
- Managing departments
- Managing department users
- Managing department searches
- Managing department-specific hotword sets
- Managing department-specific trash rules
- Managing department-specific allowlist rules
- Viewing employees associated with departments
- Managing application-level users, roles, and permissions
- Managing application-specific hotword sets
- Managing application-specific trash rules
- Managing application-specific allowlist rules
- Managing data requests
- Managing search schedules
- Managing export operations
- Managing reviews
- Working with reports
Using proximity searches
Use a proximity search to find two words within a specified distance of each other. To create a proximity search, enclose the two words within straight double quotation marks, and follow them with a tilde character (~) and a numerical value. For example:
The numerical value specifies the maximum number of words that can exist between the words in quotes.
Note the following when using proximity searches:
Advanced Supervision limits the proximity word count to a maximum of 49 words.
Wildcard characters cannot be used in a proximity search.
The results from a proximity search can contain stop words, but the stop words are excluded from the proximity word count.