DotNet Framework 3.5 SP1

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    • #43994

      Hi ev1!

      I’ve been trying for hours to install the .Net Framework 3.5 SP1… on win08r2… in vain.
      I haven’t managed to find a way over this.

      I’ve tried it two ways:
      1 – the usual installer (offline/online) with administrator rights and without, with all compatibility choices
      2 – the role/features way that it (the usual installer) says I should be using instead, after spending some time trying to find it, I discovered I just had to check some dotnetfx box in the webserver install properties

      Now I’m stuck, none would work.
      Does anyone have any idea where I missed something?

      Thanks a lot
      Nick

    • #50382

      For thos who encountered the same problem:
      It looks like it needs to be set up first thing after installing of the OS, otherwise you get stuck like I was.
      I reinstalled and everything is now fine. 👿

    • #60201
      Anonymous

        For thos who encountered the same problem:
        It looks like it needs to be set up first thing after installing of the OS, otherwise you get stuck like I was.
        I reinstalled and everything is now fine. 👿

      • #50383
        Arris
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          @4mole wrote:

          It looks like it needs to be set up first thing after installing of the OS, otherwise you get stuck like I was.

          That sucks, but I’m glad it works now. Also thanks for posting the solution for the other people that have this problem! :geek:

        • #60202
          Anonymous

            @4mole wrote:

            It looks like it needs to be set up first thing after installing of the OS, otherwise you get stuck like I was.

            That sucks, but I’m glad it works now. Also thanks for posting the solution for the other people that have this problem! :geek:

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