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    Install command line for dotnet framework 4

    Just being lazy really. I dont suppose anybody has a working install command line for dot net framework 4 for windows 7 and MDT?

    Thanks in advance!

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    dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe" /passive /norestart /showfinalerror

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    this help ??
    @echo off

    net use X: \\servername\msi$\DotNet4.0 /persistent:no

    start /wait X:\wic_x86_enu /passive /norestart
    start /wait X:\dotNetFx40_Full_x86_x64.exe /passive /norestart


    net use /delete X:

    Exit

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    thanks sted, perfection!

    Gas, not what I was after but could be useful for adding to machines without reimaging thanks

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    Just an FYI as Sted already posted the solution.

    The /quiet switch for .net 4.0 can cause all sorts of issues in MDT. So always go for /Passive. You'll have some where it will work, some where it won't but passive has never failed, not in my experience anyway.

    Also, put the /norestart switch in but I recommend ticking the box in the application to "restart after installation" in the MDT deployment workbench. I've had computers fall over because I didn't restart and I tried to install more applications afterwards.
    Last edited by DEvans; 21st March 2012 at 09:58 AM.

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