Article ID: 126056, created on Jun 30, 2015, last review on Jun 17, 2016

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo containers for Windows 6.0
  • Virtual Automation 6.0


Upon attempting to install PVA Management Node into PCW 6.0 container on Windows 2012 node,
the installation fails on component NetFx64:

NetFx64: Get alteration state ended with Failed

PVA MN installation is trying to install 'NET-Framework-Core' role inside the container, which cannot be installed with error:

ERROR:      + CategoryInfo          : InvalidOperation: (@{Vhd=; Credent...Name=localh
ERROR:     ost}:PSObject) [Install-WindowsFeature], Exception
ERROR:      + FullyQualifiedErrorId : DISMAPI_Error__Cbs_Download_Failure,Microsoft.Wi
ERROR:     ndows.ServerManager.Commands.AddWindowsFeatureCommand
ERROR:  Incorrect function.


According to the MS:

"In Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 R2, and Windows Server 2012, the .Net Framework 3.5 is a Feature on Demand. The metadata for Features on Demand is included. However, the binaries and other files associated with the feature are not included. When you enable a feature, Windows tries to contact Windows Update to download the missing information to install the feature. The network configuration and how computers are configured to install updates in the environment can affect this process. Therefore, you may encounter errors when you first install these features."


By default WSUS is disabled for the containers as direct MS updates installation to the container is harmful. So, it is necessary to follow the workaround from this MS article to get the necessary data from the Windows 2012 installation media.

After .NET 3.5 installation inside the container it should be possible to install PVA Management Node.

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