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    .NET Framework 4.0 Network Deployment

    Anybody managed to get this deployed via Group Policy? I am struggling with it.

    Had a go using these instuctions, but no joy get the error they do, (25003)

    How to Deploy Microsoft .NET Framework 4 with Group Policy | windows server howto

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    Can't this be done with wsus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ful56_uk View Post
    Can't this be done with wsus?
    I prefer to avoid WSUS, i want to be sure this update goes out and is installed on reboot, or if a workstation is rebuilt its done with everything else.

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    Group Policy can't guarantee it gets installed, it only sends it out at reboot and you have no record of a successful install, or not as the case maybe. At least with WSUS you can assign a time for install and get a report of whether it has been successfully been installed. As to ensuring it gets installed following a rebuild, I'd recommend a visit to the MS Update site following the rebuild anyway, then there's no waiting for it to be deployed and reduces a big hit on your WSUS server.

    The method you've highlighted seems like an awful lot of work for something that is very straightforward to deploy via WSUS.

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