.NET Framework 3.5

.NET Framework 3.5

Postby GCRaistlin » 02.03.2019, 15:42

Local copy was created with these settings:
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Installation log:
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Starting WSUS Offline Update (v. 11.6) at 16:20:47,46...
Checking user's privileges...
Determining system's properties...
Determining Windows licensing info...
Found Microsoft Windows version: 6.3.9600.19263 (w63 x64 enu sp0)
Found Microsoft Windows Software Licensing Management Tool info...
Name: Windows(R), Professional edition
Description: Windows(R) Operating System, VOLUME_MAK channel
Partial Product Key: M7TVD
License Status: Licensed
Checking medium content...
Medium build date: 02.03.2019
Medium supports Microsoft Windows (w63 x64 glb).
Disabling screensaver...
Creating temporary power scheme...
Adjusting power management settings...
Checking Windows 8.1 / Server 2012 R2 Update Rollup April 2014 installation stat
e...
Checking Windows 8.1 / Server 2012 R2 Update Rollup Nov. 2014 installation state
...
Checking Internet Explorer version...
Checking C++ Runtime Libraries' installation state...
Checking .NET Framework 3.5 installation state...
Warning: Directory ..\w63-x64\enu\sxs not found. Unable to enable .NET Framework
 3.5 feature.
Checking Windows Defender installation state...
Checking Windows Update scan prerequisites...
Adjusting service 'Windows Update'...
Starting service 'Windows Update' (wuauserv)...
Waiting for service 'wuauserv' to reach state 'Running' (timeout: 60s)...
Verifying integrity of Windows Update catalog file...
hashdeep64.exe: Audit passed
16:24:47,25 - Listing ids of missing updates (please be patient, this will take
a while)...
16:35:01,20 - Done.
Listing ids of installed updates...
Listing update files...

No missing update found. Nothing to do!

Restoring screensaver setting...
Activating previous power scheme...
Deleting temporary power scheme...
Ending WSUS Offline Update at 16:35:10,17...

Note this:
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Checking .NET Framework 3.5 installation state...
Warning: Directory ..\w63-x64\enu\sxs not found. Unable to enable .NET Framework
 3.5 feature.

There's indeed no client\w63-x64\enu\sxs directory. But there is client\dotnet\dotnetfx35.exe. Why is it not used for installation?
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Re: .NET Framework 3.5

Postby flummie » 02.03.2019, 18:19

I think you have to run the AddCustomLanguageSupport.cmd script first

see .\doc\faq-enu.txt in your wsus directory
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Q: I miss IEx, .NET and MSSE installation files for my language. Why aren't they downloaded and what can I do to have them downloaded?
A: Since Service Packs and updates for Windows Vista / 7 / Server 2008(R2) are multilingual, there's no 24-language selection table for these platforms, so by default, only the English and German versions of those localized installation packages for IEx, .NET and MSSE will be downloaded.
To have your favorite locale(s) downloaded in addition, you may use the ...\cmd\AddCustomLanguageSupport.cmd script.
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Re: .NET Framework 3.5

Postby Dalai » 02.03.2019, 19:39

GCRaistlin wrote:There's indeed no client\w63-x64\enu\sxs directory.

I'm not sure, but I think you have to copy that there yourself, from the Win8.x DVD, subdirectory \sources\sxs.

But there is client\dotnet\dotnetfx35.exe. Why is it not used for installation?

This EXE is ONLY for Windows up to and including Windows XP and Server 2003 (maybe also for Vista?). Win7 already integrates .NET 3.5. In Win8 and higher .NET 3.x is a Windows feature that can be enabled (see OptionalFeatures.exe). But this requires either the mentioned source directory or an active internet connection.

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Re: .NET Framework 3.5

Postby aker » 03.03.2019, 12:13

Vista / Windows Server 2008 use the dotnetfx35.exe, too.
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