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.NET Framework 1.1 Service Pack

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well.. extract the file and obtain these :

install.exe

netfx1.cab

netfx.msi

and use : netfx.msi /qb

:unsure:

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BTW, you don't need install.exe if you run netfx.msi!

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Hi !

mhh, I don´t understand ....

I downloaded the German version (NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe) from the official Microsoft page and extracted it using Winrar but I did not get any msi ...only those 3 files:

PatchExec.exe

Microsoft.WindowsInstaller.dll

Microsoft.WindowsInstaller.Package.dll

strange, huh ?

any ideas ?

Thanks,

Alex

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.net 1.1 obviously needs to be installed before installing the service pack,

but try this for the service pack

NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe /q

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Run PatchExec.exe with "/QB" switch, I think. See if there's an MSP file within one of those files - if so, its possible to merge the SP into the main installer.

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Described so often before: just start your downloaded installer (here that one of Framework) and then look into your temp folder of your current logged in user account. Voilá!

And here's an overview of available command line switches:

Windows ® Installer. V 3.00.3790.2180

msiexec /Option <Erforderliche Parameter> [Optionale Parameter]Installationsoptionen

</package | /i> <Produkt.msi>

  Installiert oder konfiguriert ein Produkt.

/a <Produkt.msi>

  Administrative Installation - Installiert ein Produkt im Netzwerk.

/j<u|m> <Produkt.msi> [/t <Transformliste] [/g <Sprachkennung>]

  Kündigt ein Produkt an - m für alle Benutzer, u für den aktuellen Benutzer

</uninstall | /x> <Produkt.msi | Produktcode>

  Deinstalliert das Produkt.

Anzeigeoptionen

/quiet

  Hintergrundmodus, keine Benutzerinteraktion

/passive

  Unbeaufsichtigter Modus - Nur Statusleiste

/q[n|b|r|f]

  Legt die Benutzeroberfläche fest.

  n - Keine Benutzeroberfläche

  b - Einfache Benutzeroberfläche

  r - Reduzierte Benutzeroberfläche

  f - Vollständige Benutzeroberfläche (Standard)

/help

  Hilfeinformationen

Neustartoptionen

/norestart

  Kein Neustart nach Abschluss der Installation

/promptrestart

  Benutzereingabe, falls Neustart erforderlich ist

/forcerestart

  Computer nach Abschluss der Installation immer neu starten

Protokolllierungsoptionen

/l[i|w|e|a|r|u|c|m|o|p|v|x|+|!|*] <Protokolldatei>

  i - Statusmeldungen

  w - Nicht schwerwiegende Warnungen

  e - Alle Fehlermeldungen

  a - Ausführung von Aktionen

  r - Aktionsspezifische Einträge

  u - Benutzeranforderungen

  c - Ursprüngliche Benutzeroberflächenparameter

  m - Informationen betreffend zuwenig Arbeitsspeicher oder schwerwiegendem Abbruch

  o - Meldungen betreffend zuwenig Speicherplatz

  p - Terminaleigenschaften

  v - Ausführliche Ausgabe

  x - Zusätzliche Debuginformationen

  + - An vorhandene Protokolldatei anhängen

  ! - Jede Zeile ins Protokoll aufnehmen

  * - Alle Informationen mit Ausnahme der Optionen v und x protokollieren

/log <Protokolldatei>

  Entspricht /l* <Protokolldatei>

Aktualisierungsoptionen

/update <Update1.msp>[;Update2.msp]

  Übernimmt Update(s).

/uninstall <Patchcode-GUID>[;Update2.msp] /package <Produkt.msi | Produktcode>

  Entfernt Update(s) für ein Produkt.

Reparaturoptionen

/f[p|e|c|m|s|o|d|a|u|v] <Produkt.msi | Produktcode>

  Repariert ein Produkt.

  p - nur wenn eine Datei fehlt

  o - wenn eine Datei fehlt oder eine ältere Version installiert ist (Standard)

  e - wenn eine Datei fehlt oder eine gleiche bzw. ältere Version installiert ist

  d - wenn eine Datei fehlt oder eine andere Version installiert ist

  c - wenn eine Datei fehlt oder die Prüfsumme nicht mit dem berechneten Wert übereinstimmt

  a - Erzwingt die Neuinstallation aller Dateien

  u - Alle erforderlichen benutzerspezifischen Registrierungseinträge (Standard)

  m - Alle erforderlichen Computerspezifischen Registrierungseinträge (Standard)

  s - Alle vorhandenen Verknüpfungen (Standard)

  v - Führt von der Quelle aus und speichert das lokale Paket zwischen

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Hi guys,

thanks for your tips and sorry for the redundant question, my2001. :rolleyes:

So I found something in the temp folder, but it was no msi but an msp file.

I was able to silently install it using the /quiet /norestart switches, however, I am not sure if this is actually an update to SP1 or if it replaces the original framework 1.1 installer.

The msp file is 18,3 MB in size and the NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe is from this website

Thanks for your help !

Alex

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MSP files are patches.

The question is, can an administrative install be done of .NET 1.1 followed by an SP1 update to the install point?

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you dont need to extract the .NET Framework v1.1 SP1 patch

i renamed the original file NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe to netfxsp1.exe making it shorter for me to type and it is neater in the batch

just use the /qb switch and it will silently install

ECHO Installing .NET Framework v1.1 Patch

ECHO Please wait...

start /wait %systemdrive%\install\NetFramework\netfxsp1.exe /qb

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you dont need to extract the .NET Framework v1.1 SP1 patch

i renamed the original file NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe to netfxsp1.exe making it shorter for me to type and it is neater in the batch

just use the /qb switch and it will silently install

ECHO Installing .NET Framework v1.1 Patch

ECHO Please wait...

start /wait %systemdrive%\install\NetFramework\netfxsp1.exe /qb

If SP1 can be integrated into the install package, the total package should be smaller than the combined size of .NET 1.1 + the SP1 patch.

EDIT: I'm attempting it right now. Gotta re-download .NET first though (yay for being at work :P)

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I've got a 12.2MB RAR archive with SP1 theoretically integrated. Anyone feeling brave enough to give it a shot?

Shoot me a PM if you're willing. If it works, I'll post the link in this thread for everyone to enjoy.

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That's cool. Could you describe what you did to merge it in?

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That's cool. Could you describe what you did to merge it in?

Administrative install point.

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That's odd, it didn't work before for me......

Anyways RyanVM gave me the courage, and here's the steps (given by him):

1. First download the .NET framework v1.1 re-distributable package, and run "dotnetfx.exe" with the "/C" switch (to extract contents).

2. Then download the .NET fw v1.1 SP1 update, and run "NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe" with the /XP" switch (to extract contents).

3. A dialog box asking you where to save the MSP (update patch) comes up, choose where you want to save it (size 18,760 KB).

4. Rename that MSP to SP1.MSP, and place the extracted contents of dotnetfx.exe (.NET framework installer) in the same directory.

5. Clean the directory so sp1.msp, data1.cab, and netfx.msi are the only files (3 files) in the directory.

6. Run the following commands (from a command prompt):

msiexec /a netfx.msi TARGETDIR="c:\netfx"
msiexec /p sp1.msp /a c:\netfx\netfx.msi

These commands created an admin-install point and patch-updated it to .NET SP1 respectively.

7. Your c:\netfx directory should have 3 items in it after this operation: 2 directories - Program Files & Win, and netfx.msi.

8. Now you can compress it to SFX (if compressed it will be just 12.2 MB, if left uncompressed it is 56.2 MB). And set it to silently extract.

9. And install your newly created ".NET Framework v1.1 slip-streamed with SP1" package during XP/win2k setup with the "/QB" switch.

Edited by prathapml

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