Tomorrow Microsoft will release Power Pack 2 for the Windows Home Server, a service pack of sorts that will offer better remote access, along with media streaming to Windows Media Center.
As long as your Windows Home Server is set to auto update, your server should pull down the update automatically. You also need to have Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 installed to get the update.
Along with the release of Power Pack 2 comes the launch of Windows Home Server in the Microsoft Developer Network. With more than 100 add-ins developed for Windows Home Server, MSDN availability offers a larger community of professional developers to build new applications and solutions on top of the Windows Home Server platform. This basically means more add-ins for us end users of WHS.
Power Pack 2 includes Italian language support in addition to existing Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish versions.