I often get asked about how to perform silent and unattended installs for various versions of the .NET Framework.  In order to hopefully make things easier to find going forward, I decided to create a single blog post with information about silent and unattended installs, repairs and uninstalls for each shipping version of the .NET Framework. The command lines listed in this blog post do not apply to versions of the .NET Framework installed as a part of the OS.  You can refer to this blog post for a list of which version of the .NET Framework ships with which version of Windows. .NET Framework 1.0 product family Download location Deployment guide with silent install command lines – http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/ms994349.aspx .NET Framework 1.0 – silent repair dotnetfx.exe /q:a /c:"msiexec.exe /fpecmsu netfx.msi REBOOT=ReallySuppress /l*v netfx10_repair_log.txt /qn" Note – repairing the .NET Framework 1.0 requires re-downloading the dotnetfx.exe installer and running the command line using this installer

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Silent install, repair and uninstall command lines for each version of the .NET Framework

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