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The ADK really needs to be added in 'Tools' https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/ or at least mentioned somewhere with a board to be able to discuss issues present.
There are components for IT Pro/Enterprise that are found in the ADK, and there is currently no where to adequately report issues - as Insider Community is useless and Feedback Hub is sub-par.
This isn't the first time the Servicing Stack has broken the Windows Recovery image - and there is no clear information as to why a repeat incident has occurred where components are uninstalled without reinstallation.
The MDT and ADK should come hand in hand - @Andre Da Costa even mentioned to post in the MDT forums in those spam posts I posted in the Answers Community: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home?forum=mdt
@Yvette O'Meally The alternative was to stalk you on Twitter, and I'm lucky you bothered to reply and tag one of the Servicing Developers, so I could badger his twitter to make sure that the issue was known to resolve it as fast as possible.
Yet - if you notice on the 2nd post: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/dear-microsoft-please-ensure-tha...
The very next Servicing Stack update was STILL not error-free - and furthermore referencing a dll that simply does not exist in the ADK.
Where are we suppose to report things like this?
I don't like doing this - but I've been using GitHub as a bug reporting platform as the ADK API is probably in the closed Intranet Microsoft.Dev and public have no access to those documents.
I've even began to track the File changes for Servicing Stack KBs in an attempt to narrow down the cause for the issues above, but also because trying to fish for information for ADK issues is a mammoth task as information is spread across dev blogs, news releases and community pages for techbench and msdn.
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