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Install dotNET Framework 3.5 on an EC2 Windows

by | Aug 16, 2021

Wondering how to install dotNET Framework 3.5 on an EC2 Windows? We can help you.

Here, at Bobcares, we assist our customers with several AWS queries as part of our AWS Support Services.

Today, let us see how our Support techs assist with this query.

 

Install dotNET Framework 3.5 on an EC2 Windows?

 
Today, let us discuss about the steps followed by our Support Techs in order to perform this task.

1. Firstly, find and attach the correct EBS volume for your instance using the EC2 console, Windows PowerShell, or the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI).

2. Then, bring the new volume online.
 

To make an EBS volume available for use using the Disk Management utility

 
1.Firstly, log in to your Windows instance using Remote Desktop. For more information, see Connect to your Windows instance.

2.Then, start the Disk Management utility. On the taskbar, open the context (right-click) menu for the Windows logo and choose Disk Management.

Please note, on Windows Server 2008, choose Start, Administrative Tools, Computer Management, Disk Management.

3.Bring the volume online. In the lower pane, open the context (right-click) menu for the left panel for the disk for the EBS volume. Choose Online.

4.Bring the volume online.

You must initialize the disk before you can use it.

Warning

If you’re mounting a volume that already has data on it, do not reformat the volume or you will delete the existing data.

If the disk is not initialized, initialize it as follows. Open the context (right-click) menu for the left panel for the disk and choose Initialize Disk. In the Initialize Disk dialog box, select a partition style and choose OK.

5.Finally, open the context (right-click) menu for the right panel for the disk and choose New Simple Volume. Complete the wizard.

 

To make an EBS volume available for use using the DiskPart command line tool

 
1. Firstly, log in to your Windows instance using Remote Desktop. For more information, see Connect to your Windows instance.

2. Then, create a new script file named diskpart.txt.

3. Next, add the following commands to the script file and specify the volume label and drive letter.

This script configures the volume to use the master boot record (MBR) partition structure, formats the volume as an NTFS volume, sets the volume label, and assigns it a drive letter.

Warning

If you’re mounting a volume that already has data on it, do not reformat the volume or you will delete the existing data.

select disk 1
attributes disk clear readonly
online disk
convert mbr
create partition primary
format quick fs=ntfs label="volume_label" assign letter="drive_letter"

4. Then, navigate to the folder in which the script is located and run the following command:

C:\> diskpart /s diskpart.txt

 

3. Install .NET Framework 3.5 using the Add Roles and Features wizard, or using Windows PowerShell.
 

Install .NET Framework 3.5 using the Add Roles and Features wizard

 
1. In Server Manager, click Manage and then select Add Roles and Features to start the Add Roles and Features Wizard.

2. On the Select installation type screen, select Role-based or feature-based installation.

3. Select the target server.

4. On the Select features screen, check the box next to .Net Framework 3.5 Features.

5. On the Confirm installation selections screen, a warning will be displayed asking Do you need to specify an alternate source path?.

If the target computer does not have access to Windows Update, click the Specify an alternate source path link to specify the path to the \sources\sxs folder on the installation media and then click OK.

After you have specified the alternate source, or if the target computer has access to Windows Update, click the X next to the warning, and then click Install.

If you are using Server Manager in Windows Server 2012 to add a role or feature to a remote server, the remote server’s computer account (DOMAIN\ComputerName$) requires access to the alternate source file path because the deployment operation runs in the SYSTEM context on the target server.
 

Install .NET Framework 3.5 using Windows PowerShell.

 
1. Firstly, start Windows PowerShell in the Administrator Command Prompt by typing:

powershell

2. To install .NET Framework 3.5 from installation media located on a network share, use the following command:

Install-WindowsFeature Net-Framework-Core -source \\network\share\sxs
Where \\network\share\sxs is the location of the source files.

3. To verify installation, run the following command:

Get-WindowsFeature

The Install State column should show Installed for the .NET Framework 3.5 (includes .NET 2.0 and 3.0) feature.

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Conclusion

In short, we saw how our Support Techs Install dotNET Framework 3.5 on an EC2 Windows.

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