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Just installed out first Windows 2008 R2 Server. When we tried to install SQL 2008 it needed .NET framework 3.5, but said that we had to install it via server roles. I found this powershell command to install the .NET Framework
servermanagercmd -i NET-Framework-Core
I?ve written (pieced together) a few general powershell commands. Likes like I need to find a good PS book for server administration. Any suggestions?
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