[ANSWERED] Integrating .net framework 3.5 from ISO with update 1

aymanalz at 11h18
[ANSWERED] Integrating .net framework 3.5 from ISO with update 1

I used to use winreducer on an AIO win 8.1 ISO, and used to integrate .net framework using winreducer, by ticking the appropriate option and pointing to the sources\sxs directory on the untouched ISO.

However, I have a new ISO with update 1 already integrated, and it does not have the sxs folder in it. Is there a way to integrate .net framework using winreducer, while reducing this ISO?

Also, I don't know if it is relevant, [......]
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