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try this:

For

There is already an object named '##temp' in the database.

Before Creating New Temp Table You need to Use This:

if  (object_ID('tempdb..##temp')) is
not NULL
DROP TABLE ##temp

You need to add [Name],[ImageAddress],ID these columns to get desire output

 SET @Base = 'WITH Base AS (SELECT
[Name],[ImageAddress],ID,COUNT(ID) CntID,
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY Id DESC) RN FROM'
                        +
Quotename(@SampleWorkTbl) + ' GROUP BY
[Name],[ImageAddress],ID)
                        SELECT * INTO ##temp FROM
Base'

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