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.NET Framework 4 unavailable to download in WSUS

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Hello,

I am running WSUS version 3.0 SP2 (build version 3.2.7600.226) on a Windows 2008 64bit Datacenter server. Although i have enabled Feature Packs and re-synchronised to find 11 updates, it still does not show .NET Framework 4 (the client profile version or the server version). I have searched the entire server for .NET framework 4 and nothing apart from security updates appear. Having read alot about this issue i have tried to manually import KB982671 from the Microsoft Update Catalog but it isnt showing up under any reference when searched for.

Is there a product i am failing to tick? It cant be classifications as i have tried ticking everthing. Apart from this, the WSUS server is downloading updates and approving/installing them fine.

Could it be related to the fact that Microsoft have made changes today to KB982671 and KB982670? according to this:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/894199
Any advise would be appreciated. Many thanks in Advance.

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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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You can import it from update catalog to WSUS:

Right click on server node from windows update console, and import updates.
search for the appropriate updates fro you and add them to cart
then clock on view basket and import them.
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Hi, thanks for the response but as already stated above i tried to manually import KB982671 from the Microsoft Update Catalog but it wasnt showing up. Turns out this morning it IS showing up in WSUS. Must have been the update they were applying yesterday.
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Sorry. I did not read the question completely :S

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MS were updating the KB files yesterday
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