However, they will continue to work as they did before the upgrade.
Beginning in version 1702, when you upgrade the Windows ADK version and then use updates and servicing to install the latest version of Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager regenerates the default boot images.
As you complete the wizard, you will be prompted to specify the following information: Select the distribution points that you want to add, update, refresh, or remove.
If you are copying the package data to new distribution points, the list contains only the distribution points in the site that do not currently support the package.
Also, a new column (Client Version) has been added when you view boot images in the Boot Images node so you know what version of the Configuration Manager client each boot image uses.
You can customize a boot image, or Modify a boot image, from the Configuration Manager console when it is based on a Windows PE version from the supported version of Windows ADK.