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How to install .NET Framework in Windows Server 3.5 2012 R2

Written by Xaus Xavier Nadal on November 19th, 2014

Install .NET Framework in Windows Server 3.5 2012 R2 gives the following error:


In this article, we show how to solve the error: Error while enabling Windows feature: NetFx3, Error Code: -2146498298

It's simple, we only have the windows cd and run a command.

As you can see from Powershell using the command: get-WindowsFeature .NET Framework 3.5 appears in status Removed


This means that the .net framework functionality can 3.5 the install, but do not have the original files to do so the solution is clear, the solution is to find the path from where to install this component.

How to install .NET Framework in Windows Server 3.5 2012 R2

The first thing to do is copy the \ Sources \ folder SXS from the CD of Windows Server 2012 R2 the server where you need to install .NET Framework 3.5. for example to the folder c: \ sxs, So we can make entering the cd on our server or virtual machine, but as the world is betting on servdores cloud, where we can not map simply a CD or an ISO I put the process used for all types of servers, Physical, On premise, Virtual or Cloud.

Run the following command:

Install-WindowsFeature NET-Framework-Core -Source c: \ sxs


If we execute the command: get-WindowsFeature we can see that now we have installed .NET Framework in Windows Server 3.5 2012 R2


For me give you an error like this means that the data in the source is not found, ensure that the source path is correct and that the version of Windows is the same Windows Server 2012 R2 preferably in the same language.


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