Using Lenovo UpdateXpress System Pack Installer

To run Lenovo UpdateXpress System Pack Installer, invoke the executable file for your operating system. You can invoke the UpdateXpress System Pack Installer executable file from a command-line interface or a graphical user interface (GUI). No installation is required.

For v10.6 of the installer, the Windows executable file is named:

For each release of the installer, you can distinguish the Windows executable file name by its version number. The Windows executable file is specified on the command line as lnvgy_utl_uxspiversion_winsrvr_32-64.exe, where lnvgy_utl_uxspi is the name of the executable file and version indicates the installer version number.


For v10.6 of the installer, the Linux executable files are named:

  • lnvgy_utl_uxspi_10.3_rhel4_32-64.bin
  • lnvgy_utl_uxspi_10.3_rhel5_32-64.bin
  • lnvgy_utl_uxspi_10.3_rhel6_32-64.bin
  • lnvgy_utl_uxspi_10.3_rhel7_32-64.bin
  • lnvgy_utl_uxspi_10.3_sles10_32-64.bin
  • lnvgy_utl_uxspi_10.3_sles11_32-64.bin

For v10.6 of the installer, the executable file for VMWare ESX Server 4 is named:

  • lnvgy_utl_uxspi_10.3_rhel5_32-64.bin

In this documentation, <program> is used to refer to the name of the UpdateXpress System Pack Installer executable file. <program> refers to either the Windows executable file that supports all of the supported Windows operating systems or the Linux executable files that support the supported Linux operating systems. See Supported operating systems for complete OS support.