2) Microsoft does not list these Home Server variants in the Client Computer section of Microsoft Forefront Client Security.
Microsoft doesn't list Home Servers among the supported OSs here, so it seems likely that you are totally unsupported.
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Recently Service Pack 1 for Forefront Identity Manger (FIM) 2010 R2 shipped. Along with a bunch of interesting updates and new bits and bobs it is now possible to run FIM on Windows Server 2012 and also to run the FIM Portal component on Share Point 2013.
I am just wondering what else I can check or change to make sure my Windows 8.1 clients get the Forefront client updates as they should??
I am wondering if I manually install the 4.1 client update if it will take the client updates after that.
3) Microsoft does not list these Home Server variants in the Client Computer section of Microsoft Forefront Client Security 2010.
If you want Windows to update your software, go to Windows Update or: Because these updates change once a day, the definition version might be different to what is shown on this page, even after you've clicked the Update button.If you don't already have Microsoft security software, or you want to reinstall it, see our software download page.If you're using Windows XP, see our Windows XP end of support page.So, I figured it was time for me to see what AV solution I could run, today, Oct 1 2011, as I finalize my new server called v Zilla.Recently I noticed that my Windows 8.1 clients were not getting updates from WSUS 3.2.