Windows Home Server 2011 and Windows 8.1 Enterprise

Posted on 2014-08-03
Last Modified: 2014-08-09
I previously was able to get the Windows Home Server 2011 connector installed on a Windows 8.1 Pro and backups were confirmed.

Trying now to run the Windows Home Server 2011 Connector on Windows 8.1 Enterprise x32 and receiving an error:
See attached screen capture for details.
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    Problem was, after installing new hard drive and fresh install of OS, we had to rename the computer to something other than existing computer name registered in Windows Home Server 2011.   In our case, bonnie-pc already existed in Windows Home Server 2011.  After renaming the new computer to BLM-PC, I was able to install the connector and restore files.
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