SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 and Windows 10 Pro Not Working

I have Configuration Manager 2012 R2 updated to SP1.  I'm testing out Windows 10 Pro in our environment.  I can't seem to get the client to install either remotely or manually.  From what I've read, SP1 should be able to work with Win10.  Can anyone send me guidance on how to get these two talking to each other?

I'm fairly inexperienced in SCCM, so I apologize if I'm missing critical information.  I'll be happy to provide anything I'm missing.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented: and are 2 good resources.. are you using the latest windows 10 ADK?

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SchandorAuthor Commented:
Now's the time I get to admit that I spaced the Win10 ADK.  Thanks!
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