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Can't install .net3.5 on Windows 20112.  Don't have source D:\ as installed from an iso image

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I have a 2012 R2 server and it won't load .net 3.5 saying can't find source path
Downloaded and ran

C:\Users\naadmin>dism /online /enable-feature /featurename:NetFX3 /all /Source:c
:\ /LimitAccess

Doesn't work.  Created machine from an image so don't have disk to run examples of d:\sources\sxs

Help!
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by:Cliff Galiher
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You need a source disk/image of some sort. There is simply no way around that.
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Naman Goel earned 500 total points
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copy sxs folder from windows 8 image iso or windows 2012 iso and use following method as given in this link:

http://www.danielclasson.com/install-net-framework-35-server-2012/
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