Deploy Win 8 with .NET Framework3.5

Hi,

with SCCM2012SP1 we deploy Win 8 Images.

How is it possible to install .NET Framework 3.5 as Feature automatically
within the task sequence?

Because w need to install this as prereq. for some applications.

insi01
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Windows 8 comes with .NET Framework 3.5 (including 30. and 2.0) built in. It is enabled in Programs and Features, Windows Features. A second Windows Feature has V4.5 included. So just be sure the features are enabled and there is nothing to install.

It has been a while, but I think these two features are enabled by default. That would have to be verified.

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TBSupportCommented:
Create a Run Command Line step with the following:
Properties
Name: Enable .NET 3.5
Command line: dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:NetFx3 /all
Time-out: 30 minutes

Options
Success Codes: 0 3010
Continue on error

Make sure you do this before installing anything that requires .NET 3.5
We have it after the "Setup Window and ConfigMgr" step and before installing any other software.

For a list of the features, in a command prompt type:
dism /online /get-features /format:table

Note that the feature syntax is case sensitive so make sure your typing it out as it appears in the list.
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insi01Author Commented:
Hi TBSupport,

I put these line here as you can see in screenshot , but I get an error that the TS failed with error code  8007010B.

insi01
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@insi01  - Did you check my first post? .NET Framework should already be there and working.

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TBSupportCommented:
@thinkpads_user .net is already installed but not enabled by default.

@insi01 per the screen shot provided you have the correct command (unless you have any rogue spaces) what about the options below the command line and/or does the account you're using to deploy, does it have the proper rights?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I got Windows 8 Pro and I am fairly sure .NET came enabled. That was on two machines. I am not sure if Pro vs. Home makes a difference.

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insi01Author Commented:
@Thinkpads_user
BTW: We are using Enterprise Ed.
I have just installed a new fresh machine without anything and I cannot see that the feature is enabled by default. Screenshot about this added. And if this would be according to your explanation, I ask myself why Microsoft ask me to donwload files to finish installation of.NET after I enabled this feature, screenshot about this also added.

@TBSupport
Did a fullscreen screenshot now. I have disabled now everything except the .NET entry and will try again a new installation, maybe the error was caused by another application
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I have just installed a new fresh machine without anything and I cannot see that the feature is enabled by default

Thanks for the clarification. Please let us know about the second suggestion above.

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insi01Author Commented:
the solution was 1005 helpfull
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