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Silent .NET Maker synthesized 20100118 - W2K/XP/2K3 x86


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Simplier explanation:

1) First, you need 7zip split http://www.mediafire.com/?f4wgdqrdnij and 7zip, google if you don't have it already.

Can someone re-upload 7zipsplit.exe?

Mediafire: Invalid or deleted file

You can get it directly from here:

http://7zsfx.info/files/7zsd_tools_141_2100.exe

Inside you will find some tools, one of them is 7z SFX archive splitter.

Edit: KB2539631 for .Net 2.0 SP2 replaces KB2478658.

The script will process the update without renaming or anything.

Cheers.

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Hi everyone,

i can't get KB2418241 or KB982168 integrated, though the files are present.

I have these settings


PROCESSDNF11=YES
PROCESSDNF20=YES
PROCESSDNF3520=NO
PROCESSDNF3530=YES
PROCESSDNF3535=YES

PROCESSLNGDNF11=YES
PROCESSLNGDNF20=YES
PROCESSLNGDNF3520=NO
PROCESSLNGDNF3530=YES
PROCESSLNGDNF3535=YES

TARGETOS=XP
T13ADDONS=
ROEADDONS=
ALSOINSTALLERS=
MERGEFXS=
SILENT=
COMPRATIO=HIGH

Can someone please post his content? Maybe I'm missing some files...

Thanks in advance.

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Suppose I want to perform an administrative installation of Net Framework 1.1 with SP1.

In theory it should download and run the packages as follows:

Net Framework 1.1 Uncompressed in D:\dotnetfx
MSIEXEC /A D:\dotnetfx\netfx.msi /QB TARGETDIR=D:\1 SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE

Uncompressed KB867460 SP1 in D:\1
MSIEXEC /A D:\1\netfx.msi /P D:\12\NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.msp SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE /QB

Uncompressed KB953297 SP1 in D:\1
MSIEXEC /A D:\1\netfx.msi /P D:\12\NDP1.1sp1-KB953297-X86.msp SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE /QB.

Uncompressed KB953297 SP1 in D:\1
MSIEXEC /A D:\1\netfx.msi /P D:\12\NDP1.1sp1-KB971108-X86.msp SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE /QB

Uncompressed Languaje Pack in D:\langpack
MSIEXEC /A D:\langpack\langpack.msi /QB TARGETDIR=D:\2 SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE
COPY D:\2\*.* D:\1

Testing
MSIEXEC /i D:\1\netfx.msi
MSIEXEC /i D:\1\langpack.msi

But applying KB867460, causes

Error 1325 M834401033. is not a valid short file name

ADD!

Explain the solution here, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/885916

but can not get file: Qfe3099.mst

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Wondering if anyone else is having trouble with 2656352/2657424. I'm using SNM Synth to create an integrated package for .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 ONLY (no 1.0/1.1/3.0/3.5/4.0). My understanding is 2656352 would be the hotfix applied to DNF 2.0 SP2 only with 2657424 being for DNF 3.5. If I run the DNF 2.0 SP2 setup manually, 2657424 never shows up in MU/WU as one of the offered updates. However, if I run SNM Synth with DNF 2.0 SP2 as the only setup file in the directory (so no hotfixes are integrated), 2657424 is offered in MU/WU along with the expected DNF 2.0 SP2 hotfixes. Integrating all of the current hotfixes for DNF 2.0 SP2 correctly installs everything, but 2657424 is STILL offered in MU/WU. Since 2657424 is for DNF 3.5, and since DNF 3.5 is NOT installed, installation of 2657424 - through MU/WU or manually - fails as expected. How can I prevent 2657424 from appearing at all?

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After a long day of hair pulling, I believe I have a working .net 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 installer. At least, Windows Update does not report any unmet updates, and netfx_setupverifier_new doesn't report any problems. Fair warning, I'm a Unix guy and know not of this Windows stuff. I'm writing this in the hopes that it might be helpful to someone else. If anyone who knows better wants to check my work, I would surely appreciate it!

The list of files, and where to get them if not obvious. Note that I have thrown a 'z' in to the 7-digit names to get them to install in the proper order. Not sure this is strictly necessary in all cases, but it can't hurt. Note that you cannot insert a leading '0'. Don't even think about it. Files are extracted with IExpress -- search the thread for the tutorial PDF on how to extract them.

As of 2013-03-20:

.net 1.1:

NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe

NDP1.1sp1-KBz2416447-X86.exe

NDP1.1sp1-KBz2742597-X86.exe

dotnetfx.exe

.net 3.5 bundle:

dotnetfx35.exe

WindowsServer2003-KB971276-v2-x86-ENU.exe

WindowsXP-KB971276-v3-x86-ENU.exe

msxml6-KB973686-enu-x86.exe

.net 2.0:

NDP20SP2-KB958481-x86.exe

NDP20SP2-KB974417-x86.exe

NDP20SP2-KB976576-x86.EXE (extracted from KB982524)

NDP20SP2-KB976765-x86.EXE (extracted from KB982168)

NDP20SP2-KB980773-x86.EXE (extracted from KB982168)

NDP20SP2-KBz2604092-x86.exe

NDP20SP2-KBz2656352-x86.exe

NDP20SP2-KBz2729450-x86.exe

NDP20SP2-KBz2742596-x86.exe

NDP20SP2-KBz2789643-x86.exe

.net 3.0:

NDP30SP2-KB958483-x86.exe

NDP30SP2-KB976769-x86.EXE (extracted from KB982168)

NDP30SP2-KB977354-x86.EXE (extracted from KB982524)

NDP30SP2-KBz2604110-x86.exe

NDP30SP2-KBz2656407-x86.exe

NDP30SP2-KBz2756918-x86.exe (will throw an error saying some files to be updated cannot be found. bad???)

.net 3.5:

NDP35SP1-KB958484-x86.exe

NDP35SP1-KB963707-x86.exe

NDP35SP1-KBz2604111-x86.exe

NDP35SP1-KBz2657424-x86.exe

NDP35SP1-KBz2736416-x86.exe

I've included my PROCESSDATA.TXT as an attachment.

PROCESSDATA.TXT

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Wow, thanks rockets4kids for your post! It was so timely. The last time I used snmsynth was 2 years ago, but I am just about to create a new slipstreamed XP disk and needed an updated .net installer. Using my 2 year old installer, WU reported 13 updates for me to figure out. You just saved me a lot of time.

Thanks!

After a long day of hair pulling, I believe I have a working .net 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 installer. At least, Windows Update does not report any unmet updates, and netfx_setupverifier_new doesn't report any problems. Fair warning, I'm a Unix guy and know not of this Windows stuff. I'm writing this in the hopes that it might be helpful to someone else. If anyone who knows better wants to check my work, I would surely appreciate it!

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Any chance to get this thread updated ? So it will be nice to have a .Net installer ranging from 1.0 to 3.5SP1 with no updates at Windows Update... Here in Brazil lots of people still use XP SP3, and even I'm not included between these people, I work with older computers for many clients and, also, with some non-profit organizations that 'recycle' used computers to insert more people on the 'digital world'.

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