I was surprised that in all my years working with SharePoint I had never come across this issue until very recently. Well, its not really an issue, I assume it is by design. I’m talking about the SharePoint search index being directly linked to the permissions and access of users at the time of the crawl. I always thought that search results were bascially security trimmed like links to sites and lists/libraries in SharePoint but this doesn’t seem to be the case. The results s are based on the level of access a user had when the last crawl was executed. This means that if you add a user to site permissions AFTER a crawl, they will not get search results from that site until after the next crawl. So if you find some users in your training session don’t get search results and others do, its probably because those folks turned up uninvited and surprised you. I bet you added them, last minute, to the training site group before the session started. Huh? huh? Am I right?