Unable to crawl content source due to “The secure sockets layer (SSL) certificate sent by the server was invalid and this item will not be crawled”

We have SharePoint 2013 SP1, external resource in corporate subnet (video.domain.com) is set as a content source in SharePoint farm search service application (sharepoint.domain.com).

Ignore SSL warning is set to Yes in Search farm administration.

When trying to crawl the content source, the following error occurs:

The secure sockets layer (SSL) certificate sent by the server was invalid and this item will not be crawled. (0x80041223)

No further ULS logs are shown, even if level is set to Verbose.

I have the only one idea that due to wildcard type of certificate it is not recognized by SharePoint (see screenshot).

Wildcard certificate

Update:

This is how Chrome displays the certificate (including SAN): enter image description here

Map to crawled Site column or List/library column?

OK, I have got a site column which is added/used in a list. In the crawled properties there are two properties, one for the site column and one for the list.

Now, I have to map one of the crawled properties to a managed property.

My question is:

Which crawled property should I map to? To the one from site column or the one from the list?

What is the difference as far as crawl and mapping is concerned?

Crawled properties mapped to managed properties are searchable but new items don’t appear in search

So I think the question pretty much covers it, I have a number of columns in a sharepoint 365 list which are searchable, results appear for items already created before the crawled property was mapped to the managed property however anything new then does not appear in the search. For example I have job 1,2 and 3, with jobs 1 and 2 being created before the mapping and they appear in the search. I then create job 3 and it will not appear in the search regardless of time passed. Any help would be much appreciated.

Noobie question about ‘crawled currently not indexed’

Hello,

First of all, sorry if my question is noobish, but I’ve really tried to research on the topic before posting. Unfortunately, couldn’t find many answers.

So I launched a new website. It’s in adult niche, but I don’t think it matters much. Domain was purchased a month ago, and I launched the site and submitted sitemap to Google Search Console about 2 weeks ago.

In search console I can see that it’s being crawled, I don’t see any errors, warnings, nothing like that. Site is fast, I update regularly, etc. However, in console, when I go to "coverage", I see that all my pages are excluded from index. Those pages, who are not excluded because of nofollow or robots.txt, all have status of "Crawled – currently not indexed". I can see my site on google is I type "site:mydomain.com". Also, if I search for some unique text in quotes, it shows up also. However, only longer phrases show up when I search for them in quotes. For example, if I search "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit." (in quotes) it shows up, but if I would search for "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet" it wouldn’t. Google says that no results found for search query in quotes and offers to search without quotes. Obviously, I get zero traffic because of that. In my opinion, it’s a sign of sandbox, if I understand correctly. Am I right?

So my question is, what should I do? Is it simply just too early? Should I just wait and keep posting content? Or something is seriously wrong here and I should consider changing domain or something?

I would really appreciate any input here. Thank you in advance.

How will my blogs get crawled without sitemap entry?

I am completely rebuilding a site for a friend of mine, and am in the process of completing the
blog section. I’m not using wordpress, however I have been studying the source code on pages
that utilize wordpress and yoast.

I have a question: Is there any way to ensure, or help to make more likely, that Google crawls
the blog posts, even though all the blogs obviously cannot be included in the sitemap file?