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You can use the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer to scan the computer and identify the status of updates.
Just go to the page below and follow the instructions.
Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
If they have already installed, then you can hide them. To do this, right click on each of them and select "hide update".
Those that have had problems with their Internet connection following these updates have tried uninstalling the update. So don't do that, just hide them so they don't keep showing up.
I thought you were saying that they are re-installing every day. If they are reinstalling, you would check for new updates, and then where you said you have tried un-checking them... instead of doing that, right click and select hide.
Maybe I am misunderstanding you. But I thought you were saying that the same updates come up every day.
In that case, you will have to uninstall the Net framework and reinstall.
To do this, go to control panel>add remove programs. Locate each version of .net framework that is installed, right click and select uninstall.
Then they should reinstall through autoupdates and the problem of the updates re-appearing should be solved.
Again those are people that uninstalled the update. I can't necessarily explain to you what other people mean or whether the information is even true. I do know that in order to fix this you need to uninstall and reinstall the net framweworks - not these updates... the net frameworks.
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Well, you can install them manually or wait until you get the updates based on other software that relies on them. So the best thing to do, IMO, is spend the time to install them manually so you don't have to do it later when you need an app and you have to wait for the framework to install. One does not necessarily replace the other, but if you go to this page and install version 4, that covers just about everything.
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