Anynet+ - and most CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) capabilities have limitations to the host system. So while turning on the the player should turn your television on and switch it to the attached input, not all internal functionality of the peripheral device (like the HT system) will be supported.
The basic features are covered, but not every part of the functionality is available through Anynet+, and those fucntions require the HT remote.
I wish I had a better answer for you. And the Mrs.
I need some help understanding Anynet+ capabilities.
I have the Samsung HT-BD 1200 HTS attached to a LN52B750 TV.
I find the Anynet+ features to be limited since the only things I can control on the HTS with the TV remote is basic features like power, sound volume, play, stop, pause etc.
For the life of me I can't figure out how to access the root menu of the disc without resorting to the HTS remote! My wife finds this unacceptible :).
Thanks in advance,