יום שלישי 21 יוני 2011 23:16
Hi. I am running a Windows Home Server 2011 RTM OEM self built system. It is fully patched and working well. there are a few quirks though.
1) I have manual routing enabled. I forward port 443 to it. Is this the only port I need? This makes it seem so: http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/windowshomeserver2011/router-setup-2.aspx
2) I can access my Home Server 2011 landing page (https://techtronic.homeserver.com) and stream my music, pictures, videos, all no problem however I cannot stream music to my phone. I am using the Windows Phone 7 app with Connector installed. I can see and stream everything but music. I can even see all of my music however when I try to play an album it just sits at 0:00 and never plays. I can even switch songs and the artwork will change, it just will not start the stream. They are normal MP3's that stream fine thru the Silverlight control, just not on the phone.
3) Remote Access is not working from outside (RDS). When I try to access Remote Desktop from my Home Server page outside of my network, it just tries to launch over and over really fast but never does and never fails. I can see the spinning well along with the arrow from the cursor changing back and forth many times but it never goes. I do see the remote desktop applet inside of a window (like the RDS box for term serv) but that's it. It works fine in my network.
Thanks for your help.
- נערך על-ידי timothystewart6 יום שלישי 21 יוני 2011 23:26 sp
יום רביעי 22 יוני 2011 18:42
Are you trying to RDP in via Remote Desktop? If so you need to open port 3389.
Othwerwise it is most likely to be uPnP issues with the router.
יום חמישי 23 יוני 2011 02:05I dont use uPnp, nor ever would I, I manually configure my router. The only documentation I can find from Microsoft for v2 says to only forward 443 (see my link above) then you access everything from your server page. I don't need to forward 3389 for it. I understand 3389 is for RDP but I am not directly RDP'ing into this box. I am using the homeserver.com landing page to launch it from there.