This version and onward uses an updated method for retrieving the Windows 10 ADK installation files from a XML feed hosted here on scconfigmgr.com and now also modified to support the changes that came with Windows 10 ADK version 1809 where the WinPE optional feature is not a single add-on requiring a separate installer. As for the offline method,

DOWNLOAD CONFIGMGR PREREQUISITES TOOL 3.0.4

You can download the tool from the TechNet Gallery, following the URL below.

Download ConfigMgr Prerequisites Tool 3.0.4 on TechNet Gallery

SOURCE CODE

From this version and onward, ConfigMgr Prerequisites Tool source code will be available on GitHub:

https://github.com/NickolajA/ConfigMgrPrerequisitesTool

DOCUMENTATION

Included in the download from the TechNet Gallery is a PDF with more details about each section of the tool.

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  • Eric D
    Posted at 22:54 February 17, 2019
    Eric D
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    I was unable to extend the schema on a Windows 2019. Your tool completed successfully, but the schema wasn’t extended.

    I went to the DC, opened a command prompt and execute extadsch.exe, but nothing occurs. No log file was created too.

    Then, I launch the explorer and double-click on the extadsch.exe, and I got the following error message.

    The program can’t start because mfc120.dll is missing.

    Installing the Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable have solved the problem for me.

    source : https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/missing-mfc120dll-file/fd684712-db48-4491-8ecb-beae6bebae45

    Thank you

  • Grant
    Posted at 08:29 July 4, 2019
    Grant
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    In our env, the security standard doesn’t allow named pipes, only TCP.
    However, even with SQL 2017 installed locally, the tool could not connect to the instance.

    In the end, we got it connected by ignoring the instance name and just putting the FQDN,####
    (where #### was the instance port)

  • Jamie Knowles
    Posted at 10:38 July 16, 2019
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    Hi Guys, now that WinPE is a separate download from the Win10 ADK can this be added in to the next release?

    thanks, Jamie

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