Windows Search can not find any file with 'two letters'-'two letters', followed by the numbers i.e. FS-XP1234

It's a weird thing, these files are located on a network drive, but I also tested in a local folder with the same results.

Examples of questions:
Folder containing the following files
FS - XP12345.pdf
FS - XP54321.txt
124234Sample12.PDF
If I where to look for "FS - XP" I'd get both the FS - XP * files as results, but as soon as I add a number to search (only using the letters), for example FS - XP5 I get nothing.
Any other combination works and files that begin with the letters or numbers I can get the name of the entire file and it works.
Only when it has 'two letters'-'two letters' followed by a number do get no results when you search for the name of the entire file.
I hope that makes sense.
Thank you
Clark

The problematic bit is actually the hyphen, although oddly, there is no block research in all situations.  The general Council is when the search text contains a symbol such as the hyphen, place the text between quotes and place ~ = before the quoted text.  So ~ = "fs - xp5" would work, but unfortunately this special syntax does not work in areas indexed without specifying the filename property.  To limit the search to the file names and also to allow the search successfully indexed areas, enter name: ~ = "fs - xp5.

Some symbols have actually not need quotes, but some do so they are generally advised.

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