Script to extract the ADK files
The following example script can be used to extract the files from the Windows 10 ADK. It must be run on a standard Configuration Manager primary site server that has the Windows 10 ADK installed.
It extracts the required ADK files and copies them to the specified location.
If the script were saved as
ExtractADK.cmd and you have created a folder called
C:\ADKFiles to receive the extracted files, the command line syntax would be:
The script assumes that ADK is installed in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\%WINVER%". For Windows 10, WINVER=10.
If you have ADK installed at in a different location then you will need to modify the script accordingly.
Deploying the ADK files
The updated ADK files must be deployed to PXE Everywhere Agents, into their TFTPROOT directory, along with the 1E PXE Everywhere boot images.
Deploying 1E PXE Everywhere boot images is described in Preparing and deploying 1E PXE Everywhere boot images.
By default, TFTPROOT is %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\1E\PXEEverywhere\TftpRoot
The 1E PXE Everywhere boot images should be found in an \Images folder relative to TFTPROOT.
In addition to the binaries supplied by 1E, PXE Everywhere Agent requires a number of files that are distributed and licensed with the Microsoft Windows Automated Deployment Kit (ADK). The required files are listed in the table opposite, along with the location on the PXE Everywhere Agent that they need to be installed to.
|File||Destination Location (relative to TFTPROOT)|