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Building the latest Windows 10 Enterprise VL USB installer from scratch

If you are a Microsoft Volume License customer, the usual channel for obtaining creating a bootable USB for OS installation is to obtain the ISO images via the Volume License Service Center (VLSC) or Microsoft Business Center (MBC), and then using tools such as Rufus or the good old Windows USB/DVD Download Tool to write the ISO to USB. However, there exist situations whereby you can’t get hold of the ISO in a timely fashion, such as when the person with the download rights went on leave, or that a new release is not yet available for download. In this article, I’ll show you how you can build a bootable USB drive with the latest Windows 10 Enterprise release from scratch with just the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft.