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"Unable to display this Web part" error message when you perform a search in FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint in SharePoint 2010

While performing search using Fast Search Server 2010 for SharePoint, you get the following error message:

"Unable to display this Web part. To troubleshoot the problem, open this Web page in a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation-compatible HTML editor such as Microsoft SharePoint Designer. If the problem persists, contact your Web server administrator."
 
To troubleshoot this error, follow these steps:
  1. Verify that all the servers (domain, SharePoint, Fast) have the same time zone, daylight savings, and "Date and Time" settings. If these settings differ, a clock error can occur. This error prevents the search from functioning correctly.
  2. Verify that all the network protocols, server names, and port numbers are correct. You can verify this information by using the FAST installation guide.

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