You have to inject the storage device into the boot_x64.wim using dism. Adding it using HII Driver Management does not work.
Somewhere in the forum is a article telling you how.
It's not picking up an IP address in WinPE. Make sure you have the correct NIC driver for that machine coming down to your WinPE enivornment. From Operating System Provisioning, click the Preboot drop down, and select Manage Drivers in WinPE. If you're running legacy BIOS you'll want to make sure they are in the 32-bit wim. If you are using UEFI, be sure to put the Win 10 x64 version of the driver into the 64-bit WinPE wim. The thumbdrive should pull down the right wim depending on the environment.
In Provisioning there are switches you need to set to capture the image like these in this article for ImageW Use Imagew v2 to deploy image but leave D: intact? Just make sure you choose the correct USB drive letter. You need to add the ImageW.exe to WinPE and load it on a USB stick and run that as well to capture the image on it. This might help as well: Step-by-Step Process, Including Videos, for OS X Provisioning in LANDESK Management Suite 2016