Windows Home Server Power Pack 2 has been out for a few weeks now and if you have automatic updates enabled on your WHS, then you should be enjoying the new features.
If you have automatic updates enabled but you don’t have Power Pack 2 then obviously there is a problem.
There have been some reports of people unable to get Power Pack 2 and being told that no updates are available, even though you know that there are.
Brendan Grant has published something on his blog that may help.
What Brendan is suggesting is that is you are having this problem then you might be running a pre-release version of either Power Pack 1 or 2.
Ask yourself this question – where did you get Power Pack 1 from? Where you a beta tester? Did you download it via Windows Update or did you get it from somewhere else?
It might be worth uninstalling Power Pack 1 and then trying to check for updates then. If you are unsure on how to do this, Brendan’s article has a great walkthrough for you.