"System Update is not active" as Device status

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kaelinchancey
kaelinchancey Posts: 1
edited May 2023 in General questions

The device status for one of my computuers says "System Update is not active" and has a warning sign.  I updated TeamViewer around the time that this error occured.  To try and get rid of the error I unistalled and reinstalled TeamViewer 14 on the same device.  The error did not go away. 

What does this error indicate and how can I resolve it?

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  • manfred-
    manfred- Posts: 1
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    Actually this happened to me since yesterday. Waiting for an advise too.

  • IronTech
    IronTech Posts: 1
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    Has anyone figured this out?

  • Grumpy_Monkey
    Grumpy_Monkey Posts: 3 ✭✭
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    This is for Windows System Updates (it used to be just Windows Update) in a corporate evironemnt where Windows update is managed by SCCM (or similar) it always shows as "System Update not active".

    You can't turn it off and i'm sure TV are just using it to try and sell you their monitoring solution.

    Just ignore it (I have 1600 devices with this warning and they are all upto date)

  • Mfradella
    Mfradella Posts: 1
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    CraigBrand

    You got it, Right on the money,

    Thanks for your help

    Michael

  • samdee42
    samdee42 Posts: 1
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    No that solution did not work


  • Gravityinca
    Gravityinca Posts: 1
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    You have to turn it off on each client individually

  • sjgrant
    sjgrant Posts: 1
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    Having to turn it off at each computer is unacceptable! This needs to be a global setting.

  • PLAION_GR
    PLAION_GR Posts: 4 ✭✭
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    This setting can be deployed via a custom policy (under Home\Design and Deploy). Click the "Plus" icon at the bottom and add "Enable System Intergrated Health Checks" then turn off the slider for "Enabled". This should switch it off for all machines deployed with the policy.