01-09-2019 09:21 AM
I'm looking to have all domain computers run the Lenovo Vantage Updates silently and/or have a way to schedule a task so that it will run for users and throw it up on their screen at the updates section if it can't run silently.
I did find this information (https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/hf003321) and was able to install the GPO, but I still in it don't see a way to force this program to run on a schedule.
If it already does run regularly, is it a task or how does it actually kick off it's check?
I know also Lenovo provides Patch (https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/landingpage/lenovopatch/), but can this work for any other patch management software besides SCCM?
01-09-2019 02:09 PM
Vantage automatically installs critical and recommended driver updates on a schedule. A weekly schedule is created when you install Lenovo System Interface Foundation. You can modify the schedule.
As for your patch question, hopefully our patch expert @tlawson will stop by soon. It might be helpful for him to know what "besides SCCM" patch management software you have.
01-10-2019 10:33 PM
Just to echo what @someotherguy said, what other solution besides SCCM are you referring to? Lenovo Patch is a plugin for SCCM, but this post referencing an update catalog from @parkerjnc might prove informative. The catalog would be able to be read by SCCM Third Party integration in 1806 and newer, as well as in SCUP. I hope this is the info you are looking for.