The Ceton will work fine with WHS2011 as the host machine. The only trouble is that you will not be able to use the Ceton network sharing wizard to make the necessary changes on WHS2011. You can perform the necessary steps manually on WHS2011, however I do not believe that Ceton provides the steps on their website. I was able to get it to work by following the steps in a post to the comments of the following old guide MissingRemote.com published Nov 5, 2010:http://www.missingremote.com/guide/s...t-htpc-systems
The following is the post on the last page of the comments:
"* Doing this will reset your guide so if you have a lot of modifications be sure to back them up. It is pretty easy to mess this stuff up so please be sure you are comfortable doing this *
On the missingremote guide follow steps 1 - 12.
After that install the ceton drivers on the client computer. Restart.
After you have restarted open up the ceton diagnostic program and then select the devices tab.
Click the clear tuner configuration button.
Once that completes click the discovers tuner button.
You should see your remote tuner pop up in the drop down box on the top of the diagnostic app.
Go into WMC and configure your tuners. Make sure you dont select tuners that are being used by other computers or you will start getting weird tuner conflict errors. There are ways to prevent some of the ceton tuners showing up in WMC but that involves messing with the registry and it isn't really needed. Just make sure you remember what tuners you allocated where.
If you are using more then one ceton then run tuner salad after you clear the tuner configuration and before you rediscover the tuners."