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installing sql express management studio - .net framework 3.5 sp1 not installed

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I need to install SQL server management studio 2008, however, its saying i need the .net framework 3.5 sp1 installed

i've tried installing it but it extracts and does do anything
i since found out in win 2008 R2 you need to enable it it roles

but it is enbaled (by its greyed out)

I'm not sure what to do next as i need to installed management studio urgently

thanks
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Eugene Z earned 500 total points
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are you admin on the box?  check event viewer for related errors..
try right click on the install file and select "run as administrator"
 
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You sure its 3.5 sp1 and not just 3.5. (I have made this mistake before, it cost me 2 hours) :)
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