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  • Anyon eknow how to resolve this? Everything appears to be working fine.... Tool Kit shows connectivity error See last entry, I get a FAIL: Default website is not Windows Home Server Site

    I have not changed any settings, so not sure if this is a problem with the toolkit or a setting

    Checking if Remote Desktop Connection is enabled on your home server......
     PASS: Remote Desktop connection is enabled on your Home Server.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop Connection is allowed by Group Policy......
     PASS: Remote Desktop connection is allowed by Group Policy.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Windows Firewall settings on your Home Server......
     PASS: Windows Firewall is enabled on your Home Server.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Exception is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Exception is allowed by Windows Firewall.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop proxy port is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Remote Desktop proxy port is allowed
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Remote Desktop is allowed by Windows Firewall.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "RemoteAccess"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\remote"
     PASS: Website RemoteAccess files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "PublicLanding"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\home"
     PASS: Website PublicLanding files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "Welcome"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\upnp"
     PASS: Website Welcome files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
     PASS: End checking Windows Home Server website files......


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking IIS service status...
     PASS: IIS service status: Running


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Windows Home Server App Pool Status......
     PASS: Windows Home Server AppPool is on.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking default IIS site on your Windows Home Server......
     FAIL: Default website is not Windows Home Server Site
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    Saturday, May 9, 2009 4:59 PM

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  • Anyon eknow how to resolve this? Everything appears to be working fine.... Tool Kit shows connectivity error See last entry, I get a FAIL: Default website is not Windows Home Server Site

    I have not changed any settings, so not sure if this is a problem with the toolkit or a setting

    Checking if Remote Desktop Connection is enabled on your home server......
     PASS: Remote Desktop connection is enabled on your Home Server.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop Connection is allowed by Group Policy......
     PASS: Remote Desktop connection is allowed by Group Policy.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Windows Firewall settings on your Home Server......
     PASS: Windows Firewall is enabled on your Home Server.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Exception is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Exception is allowed by Windows Firewall.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop proxy port is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Remote Desktop proxy port is allowed
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Remote Desktop is allowed by Windows Firewall.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "RemoteAccess"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\remote"
     PASS: Website RemoteAccess files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "PublicLanding"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\home"
     PASS: Website PublicLanding files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "Welcome"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\upnp"
     PASS: Website Welcome files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
     PASS: End checking Windows Home Server website files......


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking IIS service status...
     PASS: IIS service status: Running


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Windows Home Server App Pool Status......
     PASS: Windows Home Server AppPool is on.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking default IIS site on your Windows Home Server......
     FAIL: Default website is not Windows Home Server Site
    ---------------------------------------------------------


    Is your Remote Access website working properly?  If so, I would just ignore it.  If not, have you installed any add-ins/apps that may have modified IIS?
    Saturday, May 9, 2009 9:23 PM
    Moderator

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  • Anyon eknow how to resolve this? Everything appears to be working fine.... Tool Kit shows connectivity error See last entry, I get a FAIL: Default website is not Windows Home Server Site

    I have not changed any settings, so not sure if this is a problem with the toolkit or a setting

    Checking if Remote Desktop Connection is enabled on your home server......
     PASS: Remote Desktop connection is enabled on your Home Server.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop Connection is allowed by Group Policy......
     PASS: Remote Desktop connection is allowed by Group Policy.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Windows Firewall settings on your Home Server......
     PASS: Windows Firewall is enabled on your Home Server.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Exception is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Exception is allowed by Windows Firewall.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop proxy port is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Remote Desktop proxy port is allowed
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking if Remote Desktop is allowed by Windows Firewall......
     PASS: Remote Desktop is allowed by Windows Firewall.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "RemoteAccess"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\remote"
     PASS: Website RemoteAccess files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "PublicLanding"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\home"
     PASS: Website PublicLanding files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Website: "Welcome"
    Checking path: "c:\inetpub\upnp"
     PASS: Website Welcome files are ok.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
     PASS: End checking Windows Home Server website files......


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking IIS service status...
     PASS: IIS service status: Running


    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking Windows Home Server App Pool Status......
     PASS: Windows Home Server AppPool is on.
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Checking default IIS site on your Windows Home Server......
     FAIL: Default website is not Windows Home Server Site
    ---------------------------------------------------------


    Is your Remote Access website working properly?  If so, I would just ignore it.  If not, have you installed any add-ins/apps that may have modified IIS?
    Saturday, May 9, 2009 9:23 PM
    Moderator
  • I am having some issues with remote access. I can access fine within my network, but when I have others attempt to login, when they get to the second screen to login, the screen is blank. I have the following add-ins installed:

    WHS Download Manager
    Update History Add-in
    WHS Server Disk Management Add-In
    Whiist (haven't changed anything yet)
    Filemanager
    TypeIcon Pak
    Tab Reorderer
    Wednesday, July 8, 2009 12:05 AM
  • I am having some issues with remote access. I can access fine within my network, but when I have others attempt to login, when they get to the second screen to login, the screen is blank. I have the following add-ins installed:

    WHS Download Manager
    Update History Add-in
    WHS Server Disk Management Add-In
    Whiist (haven't changed anything yet)
    Filemanager
    TypeIcon Pak
    Tab Reorderer

    You could always try uninstalling those add-ins, rebooting the server, and see if that works.  If not, you might have to do a Server Reinstallation.
    Wednesday, July 8, 2009 4:32 AM
    Moderator
  • What is interesting is if say from work I sign in using https: I can get in and connect, If i attempt using http: I get the initial login screen but when I select Login, nothing happens and i don't connect. Is there a way to set the default web site?
    Wednesday, July 8, 2009 4:59 PM
  • I get the same sequence of PASS messages and then FAIL message as reported by KathyN.
    I have just received & installed a new Acer Aspire H340 running WHS, and have installed the Connector on two clients, both running Vista 64 bit OS. I have backed up one of the clients, and the shared folder functionality seems to be OK. The problem I am having is that I have been unsuccessful in backing up one of the clients.  Each time I try to initiate a manual backup, it is terminated early with statements like:

    COMException

    The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error.

    (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007045D)

    at System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal.ThrowExceptionForHRInternal(Int32 errorCode,IntPtr errorInfo)

    and the Client System Event Log says: Log: Application; Source: HomeServer; Event ID: 770; Task: HomeBackup; Level: ERROR; Keywords: Classic

    Any help or suggestions would be appreciated....




    howie
    Tuesday, July 21, 2009 5:54 AM
  • I think that the last "Fail" above is caused by the local ISP blocking HTTP on Port 80 (so you can't host a web site inside your home using the normal setups). The Remote Connector still works using HTTPS for many ISP's (Cox in my case). This is a guess and I have not been able to verify it.


    Dave Cooper
    Friday, May 7, 2010 5:00 PM