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Lenovo Updates Catalog Agent (LUCAgent)

2020-10-20, 19:15 PM

@tlawson 

 

It states here (https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/ht510591) that with the LUCAgent installed on the clients -  The installation and applicability rules determine if an update is installed or is applicable to the device. Is there a section within the Lenovo Patch Tool that reports if an update is installed/applicable on a client or not? In essence, how do I know if an update is required on a client or not?

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Re:Lenovo Updates Catalog Agent (LUCAgent)

2020-10-21, 0:58 AM

@EOCL 

 

No, there is not anywhere in the Lenovo Patch plugin that will report this information.  One way to determine what to deploy is to filter down to the models that are present in the estate and publish as metadata only.  Once computers scan against the metadata, you will see the number of systems where updates are Required, Not Required, Installed, and Unknown in the All Software Updates node of the console.  Once you have the data on what is Required, you can publish select updates as full content and deploy to the estate.

 

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Re:Lenovo Updates Catalog Agent (LUCAgent)

2020-10-21, 0:58 AM

@EOCL 

 

No, there is not anywhere in the Lenovo Patch plugin that will report this information.  One way to determine what to deploy is to filter down to the models that are present in the estate and publish as metadata only.  Once computers scan against the metadata, you will see the number of systems where updates are Required, Not Required, Installed, and Unknown in the All Software Updates node of the console.  Once you have the data on what is Required, you can publish select updates as full content and deploy to the estate.

 

TLawson 

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