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How to deploy Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1 and Microsoft ReportViewer Using SCCM2012

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Hi all,

I'm preparing to deploy SCSM 2012 Console but need to deploy the prerequisite component to the admins machine before deploying SCSM Console.

Can someone help?
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Hi,

On Server 2008 R2, .Net Frame work 3.5.1 is present under Server Manager > Features >

Select it and install it.  You are done.


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Navdeep [ExchangeADTech]
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Thank v-2nas for ur comment
My concern is how to deploy this on 100 Machine using SCCM
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I haven't used SCCM before but this is what i get from internet.

http://vikram0.blogspot.sg/2012/03/sccm-deploy-net-framework-4.html
http://sccmadministrator.wordpress.com/2012/06/25/net-framework-4-0-deployment/

 It can be done via powershell as well, like running servermanager command remotely. You can call server names from a csv file and you use invoke-command block to remote execute servermanager or powershell command to enable and install .net frame work 3.5.1


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Navdeep [ExchangeADTech]
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by:tanopatrice
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Thank You one again. Deployment of 4.0 works fine with SCCM but not 3.51
more over for WIN7 users how can I activate it as a feature.
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hi,

So have you figured out what needs to done. appreciate if you can share the resolution.

win7 comes with .net 3.5.1, it's under add/remove programs>features

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Navdeep
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