Yesterday we released Mesh Commander 0.2.3, an update to our premiere web based management console for Intel AMT. This time around we got a bunch of interesting new features and bug fixes. First, we have an improved installer with two more install options. You can now install Mesh Commander as an IIS web site and/or install the Microsoft SCCM add-in for Mesh Commander. In addition, Mesh Commander now supports a set of command line switches that allow applications to quickly call Mesh Commander to support many different usages. Let’s take a look at these one by one:
This week, I want to give special thanks for Ariel Silverman for his work on the installer and SCCM add-in. Both are huge improvements to Mesh Commander. In addition to all these changes, we fixed many more issues, including Kerberos authentication with TLS enabled and others. You can get the latest version of Mesh Commander at http://meshcommander.com.
The all new Microsoft SCCM add-in for Mesh Commander allows
administrators to manage Intel AMT computers in a few clicks.
With Mesh Commander installer adding it to IIS, you can quickly setup a web site on a
local web server that gives a portal for Intel AMT management from any browsers.
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