On Windows Home Server 2011, this usually means one of the installation pre-requisites has not been reached. Some things to check:
- if you are a iHomeServer v1 user did you uninstall v1 before attempting to install iHomeServer v2? If not, please uninstall it by logging onto your server via RDP and uninstalling iHomeServer from Add/Remove Programs.
- do you have Microsoft .NET 3.5 installed?
If you are still unsure what's wrong, please review the installation log file. This file can be found at C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows Server\Logs\iHomeServerConsole64.log. If you are still unsure, please email the log to email@example.com where we can assist you further.
C:\Documents and Settings\[user]\Application Data\iHomeServer
Of course, that is one of the main uses for iHomeServer for iTunes. Ensure that iTunes
has been correctly configured to participate in your iTunes Home Sharing network
by following these instructions on how to stream media to your AirPlay devices