SCCM UDI

I'm trying to implement UDI per this blog:

http://joshheffner.com/integrate-udi-with-your-sccm-task-sequence-for-optional-software-deployment-and-other-features/

Questions:

How do I create the MDT Files package shown in the first image in the blog?

How do I create the Toolkit Package shown in the second image in the blog?  I know how to add it from the menu but it's asking for a Toolkit Package which is the MDT Files package shown in the first image.

My SCCM server has Windows AIK 8.1 but also has MDT 2013 Update 2 installed.  When using the MDT Workbench, I get a message that AIK10 is required but what option(s) do I choose to get AIK10?

AIK 10 needed
AIK10 installation options
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Brad99Commented:
In order to use MDT 2013 Upd 2 you need WAIK  / ADK for Windows 10

The Windows ADK for Windows 10 is required for all deployment scenarios.
Also pay attention that if i remember well SCCM also needs to have a build of 1511 min. in order to support UDI scenarios.
So depending what OS you plan to distribute you might want to choose some older MDT version
When installing ADK you can unselct the last 5 options on your screenshot. depending which sql edition is available you might also want to install the sql express
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
Hi,

Before anyone can answer your question, you need to explain what OS you are trying to deploy.
That said I'm covering all bases...

There are multiple versions of the "kit" that you need to install alongside MDT. Very roughly (I've not checked up the exact versions here so this is not literal) it's something like this:

W7      WAIK + MDT 2012 (minimum but you can use newest)
W8      WADK 8.1 + MDT 2013
W10     WADK 10 + MDT 2013 update 2
W10 1511    WADK 10 1511 + hotfix  KB3143760 +  MDT 2013 update 2

emu is correct - you can select a minimal install if you like, but that's irrelevant really. MDT is telling you that you have the wrong version completely, not just wrong options selected.

The current MDT version is Update 2, so that's fine.
Hotfix info: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2015/11/20/issue-with-the-windows-adk-for-windows-10-version-1511/

The link has a nice table explaining that 1511 = 10.1.10586.0.
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
The OP needs to check that the OS they want to install MATCHES the WADK. If it does not, then uninstall the WAIK/WADK used and install the correct one. Each OS needs the right toolset. You can install everything or the few key things if you like.
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