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Integration of ".NET Framework Updates"

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Hi, since around 1.5 half years i am integrating Updates into our Windows Image at our Company. However i have noticed that even when all the latest Updates are integrated after installing the OS it shows a few ".NET Framework" Updates that couldn't be integrated (see Attachment). A year ago it were only around 10, now around 15. So its getting more and more, it hinders the usfulness of the Slipstreaming process a bit.

Did anyone of you find a way to integrate this pesky ".NET" Updates into the Image?

Thanks for the help.

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