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Deploying with Microsoft Configuration Manager (MEMCM)#

Dock Manager is provided as an executable. Here's an example of how to deploy with Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) using the Application model.

In the console, navigate to the Software > Application Management > Applications node and click Create Application in the ribbon bar.

Tick the Manually specify the application information radio button, click Next

Application information

Specify information about the app, click Next

Application information

Enter Software Center details, click Next

Software Center

Set the deployment type to Script Installer and click Next

Script Installer

Set the deployment type name and click Next

Deployment type

Enter the content location path to the Dock Manager executable

Install command:

"dock_manager_setup.exe" /VERYSILENT

Uninstall command:

unins000.exe /SILENT

Uninstall start in:

%ProgramFiles%\Lenovo\Dock Manager

Detection Rule

Set the detection rule setting type to Registry

Hive: HKLM





Data Type: String

Tick the radio button for This registry setting must satisfy the following rule... Operator: Equals Value:

User Experience settings

Set the installation behavior to Install for system and logon requirement to " Whether or not a user is logged on ".

Add any installation requirements such as Operating system is One of Windows 10 (64-bit)

Installation Requirements

Complete the deployment type and App wizards. Deploy to a Device Collection.

Deploying with Microsoft Intune#

Using the Win32 Content Prep Tool, convert the Dock Manager installer to an .intunewin format. A sample command would look like this:

IntuneWinAppUtil.exe -c "C:\IntuneWin\DM\" -s "dock_manager_setup.exe" -o "C:\IntuneWin\output\" -q


Login to the Endpoint admin center portal to create a new Windows app and select the Windows app (Win32) type.

Select the dock_manager_setup.intunewin app package file.

Enter required and optional information about the app

Edit application

Enter the Install command

dock_manager_setup.exe /VERYSILENT

and Uninstall command

%ProgramFiles%\Lenovo\Dock Manager\unins000.exe /SILENT

Edit application

Set the requirements. You can take it a bit further with a detection script to check if a supported dock is currently connected to the system. Here's a sample PowerShell script

# Check for Thunderbolt 3 Dock Gen 2
$dock = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_PnPEntity | Where-Object { $_.DeviceID -like 'USB\VID_2109&PID_8887*' }
if ($dock) {
    Write-Output "Thunderbolt 3 Dock Detected!"
else {
    Exit 1

Edit application

Enter the detection rules to verify the current version of Dock Manager is installed

Key path:


Value name: DisplayVersion

Detection method: String comparison

Operator: Equals


Detection Rule

Finish out the wizard and assign to a group.

WMI Classes#

You can extend hardware inventory in Config Manager to collect the data written by Dock Manager on your clients by importing the provided .mof file below:


An example from Resource Explorer


Example of what can be gathered using SSRS



Sample report can be downloaded here. Update the Data Source properties for your environment.