As of 24 July 2008 below are the 35 Knowledge Base articles that will help solve issues for Windows Home Server as from Microsoft. The list descends by KB article number.
|Latest Additions||KB Article|
|7 May 2008||950190|
|16 May 2008||941644|
|27 June 2008||640157|
|3 July 2008||951607|
|17 July 2008||955690|
|21 July 2008(Updated)||946676|
|21 July 2008||944289|
|24 July 2008||943447|
|18 May 2009||971498|
(971498) – When attempting to connect a Windows 64-bit computer to a network printer on a Windows Home Server you may receive an error similar to the following: “Driver not found …
(955690) – Discusses the types of files and programs that are not supported over a home network that uses Windows Home Server.
You cannot connect to a remote computer or start a remote application when you use Terminal Services Web Access or Remote Web Workspace on a Windows XP SP3-based or Windows Small Business Server 2003 SP1-based computer
(951607) – Describes a workaround for an issue in which you cannot connect to a remote computer or start a remote application when you use TS Web Access or Remote Web Workspace. Occurs because of an ActiveX control issue.
(951248) – Describes an error message that you receive when you try to install Windows Home Server Connector on a Windows Vista-based computer by running the Setup.exe or WHSConnectorInstall.exe programs from a shared folder.
(950689) – Describes an issue in which the Windows Home Server Console may display the incorrect operating system for a Windows Home Server-networked computer that has Windows Vista SP1 installed.
(950190) – Fixes an issue in which files on a home computer that are compressed by using NTFS compression may not be backed up correctly by Windows Home Server.
(946676) – Describes an issue that occurs when you use certain programs to edit files on a Windows Home Server share. The files may become corrupted. There is no workaround for this other than not to edit these files on the homer server.
(946412) – Describes a problem in which you may not join a home computer to the home server by using the Windows Home Server client connector software. A resolution is provided.
(946339) – Discusses how to troubleshoot "Backup Database Inconsistency" errors in Windows Home Server that occur when the network health status turns red (Critical) in Windows Home Server.
(946146) – Fixes an issue in which you may receive a false expiration notice in a version of Windows Home Server that is distributed through SLP.
(944993) – Provides information about the automatic router configuration feature in Windows Home Server. Also describes the steps that you can take if Windows Home Server cannot automatically configure a router.
(944289) – Describes the availability of the Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 update. Lists the improvements that are included and the issues that are fixed in this update.
(944182) – Answers FAQs about the backup process in Windows Live OneCare 2.0.
(943908) – Describes how to turn off the Backup feature in Windows Live OneCare.
(943903) – Contains information about how to turn on or turn off the backup features in Windows Live OneCare, in Windows Vista, and in Windows Home Server.
(943447) – Describes a hotfix that prevents attached external storage devices from being automatically formatted during the initial configuration of Windows Home Server.
(943393) – Describes the problem in which data files are corrupted. Such data files contain alternate data streams and reside in a shared folder on a Windows Home Server-based computer.
(942676) – Contains information about how the Windows Live OneCare Backup program detects the automatic backup feature in Windows Vista or in Windows Home Server.
(941914) – Describes an update for Windows Home Server. This update lets you obtain a trusted certificate for your Windows Home Server computer during remote access configuration of your personalized domain.
(941913) Describes about the September 2007 High Priority Update for Windows Home Server.
(941644) – Resolves a reported vulnerability in TCP/IP that could allow remote code execution.
(940885) – Describes how to manually select an Input Method Editor (IME) for a specific keyboard language in Windows Home Server Console on a Windows Home Server-based computer.
(940884) – Describes an issue in which renamed files may not immediately appear in the Remote Access search results on the Windows Homer Server Remote Access Web site. This issue occurs because of an indexing delay. Workarounds are provided for this issue.
(940883) – Describes how to correctly configure permissions so that Windows Media Center Extenders can access files that are stored on a Windows Home Server-based computer.
(940882) – More information will be released about support for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 on a Windows Home Server-based computer.
(940157) – Discusses the availability of Windows Search 4.0 and the Multilingual User Interface Pack (MUI) for Windows Search 4.0.
(939759) – Describes an issue that occurs if Network Explorer is configured to discover devices that use both the WSD protocol and the SSDP protocol. Provides a workaround.
(939758) – Describes that you cannot connect to a computer that is running Windows Home Server. This issue can occur if the Windows Home Server-based computer is on a different subnet.
(939429) – Describes a problem that occurs when the computer that is running Windows Home Server cannot communicate with the client computer. To resolve this problem, make sure that you can connect to the network.
(939428) – Describes a problem that may occur when the Windows Home Server Connector software is installed incorrectly on the client computer. To resolve this problem, reinstall the Connector software on the client computer.
(939427) – Describes a problem that occurs if the backup service has stopped responding. To resolve this problem, reset the console before you connect to the server.
(939426) – Describes why data is not duplicated or migrated in Windows Home Server. To resolve this problem, you must make sure that the Defilter driver and the Drive Extender Migrator service are started.
(939425) – Describes troubleshooting steps when a digital media receiver cannot locate Windows Home Server. Describes how to verify that the Windows Media Connect service is running.
(939424) – Describes problems that occur when you install Windows Home Server. If these problems occur, you may have to manually install a storage controller driver or a network adapter driver.
(939218) – Describes a problem that may occur when you are logged on as an administrator other than the administrator who installed Windows Home Server Connector. Provides a workaround.
(939217) – Describes an issue that occurs in Windows Home Server if more than 10 devices try to access the shared media folder. This issue involves the Media Library Sharing feature. A resolution is provided.