In this post we will see the steps to enable Net Framework 3.5 in windows 10 using SCCM. Few legacy applications still need dot net framework 3.5 to function well. When you install windows 10, the .Net Framework 3.5 is not enabled. The user has to enable it manually and this is painful when you have many systems in your setup. We will be using SCCM to achieve this task. We will create a package that enables .Net framework 3.5 in Windows 10. To enable dot net framework 3.5, there are various methods to go with. You could use DISM method or group policy or by using Powershell too. We will use a very simple way to deploy the dot net framework 3.5.
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Enable NET Framework 3.5 in Windows 10 using SCCM
Let’s now look at the steps to enable .NET framework 3.5 in windows 10 using SCCM. First of all I have got few set of files required for deployment. Ensure that you copy microsoft-windows-netfx3-ondemand-package to a folder first. Then paste both the scripts in the same folder. You can download them from here. It’s a zip and extract all of them and place it into sources folder.
Specify the name of the package and provide the path to source files. Click Next.
Right click and edit the task sequence. Click Add > General > Run PowerShell script.
Provide the script name with extension. Ensure the PowerShell execution policy is set to Bypass. Click OK.
On the client computer refresh the software center. When you see the application click Install. The package is downloaded and installed.
Finally you have found an easy way to enable .Net Framework 3.5 in Windows 10.
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