How to create a slipstream package for .Net Framework 1.1 and SP1


Please follow the steps indicated below:

<"C:\EXE" dir has dotnetfx.exe and SP1 (NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe) package. "C:\EXE\MSI" dir will have the extracted netfx.msi and "C:\EXE\ADMIN" dir will be the target flat>

          (a) Extract the NDP runtime MSI – {dotnetfx /c /t:<some directory>}

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               C:\EXE>dotnetfx /C /T:"C:\EXE\MSI\"

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          (b) Run the admin installation – {msiexec /a netfx.msi TARGETDIR=<path to admin deployment directory>}

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               C:\EXE>cd msi

               C:\EXE\MSI>msiexec /a netfx.msi TARGETDIR="C:\EXE\ADMIN\"

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          (c) Download and extract the SP. It’s important that this is the same directory as in step (b) – {<SP>.exe /xp: <path to admin deployment directory>)

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               C:\EXE\MSI>cd..

               C:\EXE> NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe /xp

               <This opens a dialogbox for you to save the msp file in the "C:\EXE\ADMIN\" location>

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          (d) Apply the SP1 to the admin image from within <path to admin deployment directory> – {msiexec /p <SP>.msp /a netfx.msi)

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               C:\EXE>cd admin

               C:\EXE\ADMIN>msiexec /p S867460.msp /a netfx.msi

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          (e) Now we can push this out to client machines.

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               Now if we run netfx.msi from the C:\EXE\ADMIN dir it will install Netfx1.1 along with SP1.

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Comments (1)

  1. niTe_Rider says:

    nothing happens for me after running  C:EXE> NDP1.1sp1-KB867460-X86.exe /xp; on Win7  x86 SP1 Eng!!!!!!!!!!!!

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