. This article describes the new feature and some of the updates that are included in this update rollup.Important
This update rollup contains server-side fixes. In addition to this update package, you must also install the client-side package on all client computers. For more information about the client-side package, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
The client-side package for Update Rollup 1 for Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, for Windows Home Server 2011, and for Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials is available
Feature that is included in Update Rollup 1 for Windows Home Server 2011
This update adds an alert that reminds you to enable Microsoft Update. The alert appears after you install Windows Home Server 2011 and complete the "Getting Started" tasks on a computer. The alert displays the following message:
Major issues that are resolved by this update
You cannot register a Remote Web Access domain name that contains two or more root domain levels (such as testuser.co.uk). Additionally, you receive an error message that resembles the following:
The domain name is not valid
This domain name is invalid. Ensure that the domain name and the extension are correct, and then try again.
In the Alert Viewer window, you select an alert, and then you click Ignore the alert
to stop receiving notifications for this alert. However, the notifications still appear.
The Client Deployment Wizard fails with an authentication failure if one of the following conditions is true:
- The server password contains a backslash and a double quotation mark (\").
- The server password ends with a backslash (\).
- The server password contains a double quotation mark (") but does not end with a double quotation mark.
This issue occurs only on client computers that are running the following operating systems:
- Windows XP Professional
- Windows Vista Business
- Windows Vista Enterprise
- Windows Vista Ultimate
- Windows 7 Enterprise
- Windows 7 Professional
- Windows 7 Ultimate
When the server and the clients are in an OpenDNS network environment, you cannot connect to the server or the clients through the Remote Web Access webpage. Additionally, you receive an error message that resembles the following:
Remote Desktop can't find the computer <name>.
Consider the following scenario:
- You have a server that is running Windows Home Server 2011.
- You change the current system time to a time that is earlier than the time that you installed Windows Home Server 2011.
- You restart the server.
- You change the system time back to the original setting.
In this scenario, the machine certificate becomes invalid and cannot be recovered. Additionally, most of the Windows Server services do not start after the server restarts.
When the machine certificate is changed incorrectly or is removed, you are not prompted by any troubleshooting measures. After you install this update, an automatic process tries to resolve this issue. If this issue cannot be resolved automatically, the dialog box gives you a link to a troubleshooting website. The website provides the latest solutions and updates for the kind of issue that you are experiencing.
A backslash (\) may be displayed incorrectly in Korean or Japanese content.
"Connect site" is translated incorrectly in a non-English dashboard.
Some important non-English instructions or guides are truncated in a non-English dashboard or wizard.
How to obtain this
To download this update, visit the following Microsoft website:
To install this update, you must be running Windows Home Server 2011.
To use the update in this package, you do not have to make any changes to the registry.
You may have to restart the computer after you apply this update.
Update replacement information
This update does not replace a previously released update.
To remove this update, use the Add or Remove Programs
item in Control Panel. Additionally, you must uninstall the client-side package (KB2554637) from all client computers.Note
The new "Microsoft Update is not enabled" alert must be manually removed from all client computers.
For more information about software update terminology,
click the following article number to view the article in the
Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Description of the standard
terminology that is used to describe Microsoft software