Just writing this to let any who are wondering know - I was able to install 1511 onto a SQL Server 2016 instance - so far so good it appears! The Microsoft notes only say 1607 is supported with SQL 2016, but wanted to give it a try. Will update this post if anything changes!
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Writing this to help any out who may be encountering this issue. I upgraded the ADK in my test lab this weekend, and when I imported the new boot images into the console, it failed with the following message: "The specified file can not be imported. Make sure the file is not read only and you have read and write access to it." The fix for me? Reboot after you update the ADK. Once I rebooted, I was able to successfully import the new boot WIM.
Just finished up the initial version of a project I started over the weekend I am calling FMBIDST (short for Boot Image Driver Servicing Tool); It's a GUI for DISM (with a few things like retries, etc. on errors). You can use this to add drivers into your boot images without having to wait on the SCCM console or having to remember DISM commands.
Link to the ZIP file with 32-bit and 64-bit installers in this post
This write up is mostly a problem description, along with a conceptual solution which is working but being tested at the moment. This testing is being done with OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan.
Writing this up in case anyone else is having issues: I had a case a few days ago where user based GPOs were not applying to users - this was seemingly random, as the settings would apply as intended on some computers, but other computers (even with the same user accounts) would not ever apply the settings. In a test lab, the same GPOs with the same permissions applied correctly.Forums: