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SCCM Boot Image drivers

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I am currently running sccm 2006 on server 2012 R2 with MDT 8456 and ADK 10.1.19041 My current issue is with the sccm boot images. When I go to the properties of any of the boot images the drivers tab is missing. Also I tried to add a driver to the boot image from the drivers section under Operating systems, none of the boot images show up.  I tried to reload the boot image and that did nothing. I have uninstalled adk and reintsalled and no changed. I uninstalled mdt and reinstalled and no change. I tried to create a new boot image but it is still missing the drivers tab in the properties. Has anyone seen this issue before?

SCCMOperating SystemsWindows 10* PXE Boot

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Robert

It sounds like you did the normal steps already, have you tried restarting SCCM services?
You could try downloading a newer ADK (note if you do you would need to reload all your images)
I did find that 20H1 is not supported on SCCM 2006 but your post indicated your using 2004 boot image anyway.
.I did some searching on the technet pages and others have had the issue, when they had tried everything they ended up calling MS support and MS support did some changes manually to the SCCM DB to resolve the issue however no one posted what the changes were. 
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Hey Thanks for the reply. Yeah I was kind of thinking that may be my next step. I've been spinning my wheels for a while.  
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I ended up working with Microsoft Support to get this resolved. 
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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