Windows 10/11 ADK Version History

Windows 10/11 ADK Version History

If you are using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to install Windows 10/11, you will need to download and install the Windows 10/11 ADK each time a new version of Windows 10/11 is released in order to successfully deploy Windows without having an issue with the OSD.

Below you will find the different versions of the ADK and a download link for each.

Note:

A Windows ADK for Windows 10, version 20H2 will not be released. You can use the Windows ADK for Windows 10, version 2004 to deploy Windows 10, version 20H2.

A Windows ADK for Windows 10, version 1909 will not be released. You can use the Windows ADK for Windows 10, version 1903 to deploy Windows 10, version 1909.

 

Name / Download LinkVersionReleased
Windows ADK for Windows 11 v21H210.1.22000.1June 2021
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v2004 PE Addon10.1.19041.1June 2020
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v200410.1.19041.1June 2020
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v1903 PE Addon10.1.18362.1April 2019
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v190310.1.18362.1April 2019
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v1809 PE Addon10.1.17763September 2018
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v180910.1.17763September 2018
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v180310.1.17134October 2018
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v170910.1.16299April 2017
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v170310.1.15063March 2017
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v160710.1.14393.0September 2016
Windows ADK for Windows 10 v151110.1.10586.0October 2015
Windows ADK for Windows 10 RTM10.0.26624.0July 2015

 

What version of the ADK do I have installed?

The easiest way to determine what version of the ADK you have installed is to go to Programs and Features and find the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit – Windows 10 and look at the Version tab. You should see the version listed and you can refer to the above chart to see what version of Windows it is for.

You can find more info about the ADK on Microsofts page HERE

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I have worked in the computer repair field since the early '90s. I was a technician and then Coordinator of Computer Repair for Regional Education Service Agency II (RESA 2) for 18 years. I currently work for Wayne County Schools as a Network Engineer/Technology Specialist. I am responsible for the schools' Internet access, Wi-Fi, networks, servers, laptops, desktops, and operating systems and software.

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