We have Intel Server Board S1200BTL. It supports IPMI through BMC.
We want to develop some software that will use BMC features remotely.
Can somebody help us in searching some SDK. How we can work with this hardware remotely using some high level API?
Maybe you can give us some links from Internet. Maybe you know some famous API, COM library that can help us in working with BMC...
thanks in advance.
Best regards, Alex.
I am currently trying to understand how a remote BIOS update using Intel AMT might work. We've got two different types of workstations, Dell Precision T1650 and HP Compaq 8200 Elite. Dell, as well as HP only offer .exe files for BIOS updates on their websites. Is it somehow possible to remotely install BIOS updates on multiple of each of the workstations mentioned above using Intel AMT?
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I am testing out the various samples contained within the AMT SDK and am running into issues with the NetworkAdmin sample. One of the switches is "-sgen" which allows the changing of a property. Specifically I'm trying to change the 'RespondsToPing'. However, I can't seem to figure out how to use the '-sgen' switch.
Assistance is appreciated. Thanks.
Is there any api that provides the TDP (watts) processor?
I can't find.
When is the SINIT module for the Haswell processor due to be released.
I purchased a Dell Percision M6700, i7 3840QM, and Upgraded to Intel vPro Technonogy.
I was wondering if there was a limit to the number of session/block/lock handles that can be create on one AMT. Through my months of allocating and deeallocating I have created almost 200 3PDS blocks and 200 AMT lock policies. Will the block handles keep incrementing? Or rollover when a certain number is met?
I was wondering if it was possible to configure an Intel vPro device to ping a specified server even if the OS is shutdown. I understand this feature is built into laptops with Anti-Theft technology I was wondering if it could be done with standard vPro devices. I'm trying to build an application based on events such as lack of a presence.
After having little luck on Linux with the IMRSDK for IDE-R Redirection, I've decided to take my chances with the C# High Level API that also supports redirection.
I've created a facade on top of the High Level API that my (web based) app can interact with. The facade is implemented using a .NET WCF webservice The results are good in the sense that IDE-R is actually running, and I can now finally trigger reboots using remote ISOs. All is well.