This fails with the output: Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature : The source files could not be downloaded.
FullyQualifiedErrorId : the cmd and windows PowerShell commands seem to claim that I didn't specify a source, or at least that I didn't specify a source with the correct files in it, but I used what claims to be a Windows 8 server server installation media, and did.
M/kb/2681562, take a look at the section titled: Known SQL Server 2012 setup and migration issues - By default, Windows 8 includes the.NET Framework.0.
SQL Server Data Tools, data Quality Service, master Data Service.
It's funny to me that the help article MS directs you to for directions to get on the Internet itself requires windows the Internet to view, but that's another matter.I'm server not sure server if this matters, but given how incompatible MS products are with each windows other, I'm putting it here.There is another method on the bottom of the MS support page, saying to enter the command dism /Online /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:NetFx3 /All /Source:E:sourcessxs /LimitAccess.Troubleshoot SQL Server installation.
At line:1 char:1, enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName 'NetFx3' -Source 'e:sources.
I've never done it myself, but it looks like latest you may be having.Net version problem.
Now, I finally give up and english come here, to tutorial StackOverflow.
What's happening with my SQL windows Server 2012?
Now, I can't seem to install it at all.Also, the Programs and Features option claimed that I was not on the Internet, or otherwise couldn't call establish a connection, but I was on the Internet and successfully visited several sites like Google.I am trying to install SQL version Server on a VM crack of Windows optifine 8(.1).I try Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName 'NetFx3' -Source 'd:sourcessxs suggested by @bjorn.This was all on a Windows.1 host, with a Windows 8 guest from my school (seems to be a Developer or preview edition).