• 08/10/2019
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Intel® Active Management Technology 9


      3.1 Manual Setup
1 Introduction
This document contains information that aids developers in getting started with implementing Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT). It provides an overview of the features in various versions of Intel AMT, as well as information on minimum system requirements, configuration of an Intel AMT client, and the various developer tools that are available to help program for Intel AMT.
Intel AMT supports remote applications running on Microsoft Windows* or Linux*. Intel AMT Release 2.0 and higher support only Windows-based local applications. For a complete list of system requirements, please refer to the documentation in the latest Intel® AMT Software Development Kit (SDK).
2 Getting Started
In order to begin managing an AMT client or running samples from the SDK, you will need a separate system to use as a management console for remotely managing your Intel AMT client. For more detailed explanations, please refer to the
Intel® AMT Implementation and Reference Guide
located in the
folder of the Intel AMT SDK.

Product and Performance Information


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