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I understand ocsetup should be used in this situation, however I am attempting to install a piece of software that should run in core R2 with .net installed. There are no instructions on doing this from the vendor.

The setup.exe uses servermanagercmd to query if prereqs are installed [they are] but it blows up because it can't use that cmd. Is there anyway I can just install that file to bypass this issue? If so, where can i get it?

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From everything I've read, no.

I would talk with the vendor about getting a patch. It looks like servermanagercmd is deprecated anyway if this blog entry is to be believed.

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