kbemanipulator fails to find WAIK or ADK
The KBEMANIPULATOR supposedly allows one to build a custom boot .ISO for use with the K2 SDA. I've downloaded it and installed it, as well as the Microsoft Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (v. 10).
But when I try to start the KBEMANIPILATOR, it complains that it can't find either a WAIK or an ADK installation, despite my browsing to the ADK directory (and trying several deeper), and despite Windows' Add/Remove Programs list showing the ADK as installed.
I can't figure out how to convince the KBEMANIPULATOR to see my installed ADK. Suggestions?
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