Windows 10 ADK Version History

Benoit LecoursSCCM7 Comments

Every time I’m starting a new Windows 10 deployment project, I need to know which Windows 10 ADK is installed on a server to use with MDT or SCCM. The Windows 10 ADK (Assessment and Deployment Kit) has the tools you need to customize Windows images for large-scale deployment, and to test the quality and performance of the system, the added components, and the applications running on the system.

Windows 10 ADK Version History

How to find your Windows 10 ADK Version

In Program and Features, all Windows 10 ADK are referred as Windows Assessment and Deployment Kits – Windows 10. The only element that defers is the build version at the right.

Windows 10 ADK Version History

Each time, I end up googling the version number but the information was not easily findable. Those days are over since I will be documenting Windows 10 ADK Version History in a beautiful table until Microsoft decide to include the build number in the name of the product… which could be never…

Windows 10 ADK Version History

NameVersionReleasedDirect Download Link
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v170310.1.15063March. 2017Download Link
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v160710.1.14393.0Sept. 2016Download Link
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v151110.1.10586.0Oct. 2015Download Link
Windows ADK for Windows 10 RTM10.0.26624.0July. 2015Download Link
Windows ADK for Windows 1010.0.10240.0July. 2015Download Link

If you are looking for an how-to post on how to upgrade your Windows 10 ADK version, we will release a blog post in the following days. Stay tuned !

 

 

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Windows 10 ADK Version History
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7 Comments on “Windows 10 ADK Version History”

  1. Currently working with MDT for kaby lake laptop on a Windows 7 you just saved me hours of researches ! Thanks

  2. You should definitely add something about backing up any customized XML files used by USMT before uninstalling any version of the ADK from your server.

      1. Hi Cristopher,
        We are reworking a part of the How To update Windows ADK post.
        We’ll add a note about USMT XML files

        thanks
        Jonathan

    1. Thanks that’s good to know. I will probably still wait to the fall ADK. I usually skip a release.

  3. Is the 1703 ADK deemed bug free? I know 1511 was a disaster but 1607 went by fine. I really hope they add a way to SCCM to update the boot image once you install a new ADK.

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