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Manage Lenovo System Update with Intune

This post will describe how you can manage Lenovo System Update on
Windows 10 devices with Intune.

Before you begin, you will need:
System Update Administrator Tools - This contains the System Update ADM/ADMX files. By default, the contents are extracted to C:\SWTOOLS\TOOLS\AdminA Windows 10 device connected to Azure Active Directory and managed by IntuneSystem Update installed on the device Ingest the TVSU ADMX file Sign in to the Azure Device Management portalNavigate to Device Configuration > Profiles > Click Create ProfileEnter the required information for the new profile, for example:Name: Lenovo System Update configurationDescription: (Optional)Platform: Windows 10 and laterProfile Type: CustomIn the Custom OMA-URI Settings menu, click Add and enter the followingName: TVSU ADMX IngestDescription: (Optional)OMA-URI: ./Device/Vendor/MSFT/Policy/ConfigOperations/ADMXInstall/Lenovo/Policy/TVSUData Type: StringValue: Copy the contents of the tvsu.admx into this fieldClick OK to …

Lenovo Updates Catalog V2 for SCCM

New Catalog Format The Third-Party Software Update Catalogs node was a new addition for System Center Configuration Manager version 1806.  This introduced a new version of the well known "SCUP" catalog format that we refer to as "V2".

A V2 catalog contains individual update XML files for improved performance as well as the public portion of the signing certificates used to sign the updates in the catalog for increased security.  Lenovo offers a V2 version of our Lenovo Updates Catalog and, as of version 1902 of SCCM, it is presented as a partner catalog in the SCCM console making it easier to subscribe.  Prior to 1902 the catalog could be added manually using the following URL:

Lenovo Updates in SCCM 1902 

Deploy the Lenovo Updates Catalog Agent First! As part of the initial configuration steps, you will want to make sure you have the Lenovo Updates Products selected to be synchronized in your Software …