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Dualboot : Install Win10 alongside Debian, not the opposite

Setting boot is difficult. There is no "one size fits all" solution. You might be lucky and find that your linux distribution could detect all the OS installed and then, it is as simple as ...
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Force the live USB installs to install Grub to its fallback or secondary install location

The fact that you talk about boot file indicates you have an UEFI system and are not using legacy BIOS compatibility. The fallback/secondary boot file pathname is defined in the UEFI specification and ...
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How to make GRUB detects Windows boot partition?

Following @artem-s-tashkinov suggestion, I added the Windows entry manually, by editing the file /etc/grub.d/40_custom based on a grub backup (/etc/grub.d/backup/boot_grub/grub.cfg), replaced the UUID ...
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Which OS's grub configuration should I edit to change default boot order?

Most likely your actual GRUB configuration belongs to the OS you installed the last however if you even ran grub-install in any of them, then the one where you last ran this command is again the one ...
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grub-install: error: failed to get canonical path of `/boot/efi'

Since the specified mountpoint for ESP partition is /boot/efi: boot.loader.efi.efiSysMountPoint = "/boot/efi"; it must be mounted so below /mnt, i.e. /mnt/boot/efi, at the time of running ...
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