Intel vPro® Technology Module for Microsoft Windows* Powershell*

Submitted: December 20, 2020 Last updated: July 26, 2021
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Detailed Description

Intel vPro® Technology Module for Microsoft Windows* Powershell* version has been posted.

Intel vPro® Technology Module for Windows* PowerShell* is a component of the Intel® Active Management Technology SDK. By leveraging the Module’s Out of Band Management cmdlets, IT professionals can extend their PowerShell reach to include direct manageability of Intel AMT enabled clients, regardless of power or operating system health.
The download package includes documentation on installing and using the Module.

The SDK is backwards compatible with older Intel CSME firmware versions.

Changes in version

  • This version includes new PowerShell cmdlets:
    • TLS configuration scripts:
      • Invoke-GeneratePrivateKey
      • Invoke-GenerateCSR
      • Invoke-ConfigureTLSServerAuthentication
      • Invoke-ConfigureTLSMutualAuthentication
      • Invoke-DisableTLSAuthentication
      • Invoke-AddPrivateKey
    • One-Click Recovery script:
      • Invoke-AMTForceBoot_OCR

Information about the new cmdlets can be found in the Intel vPro Technology Module for Windows PowerShell Installation and User Guide.

Previous versions:

  • Version included the following changes:
    • An additional folder with Power Shell snippet code for the various Intel AMT features. Located in the PS_Snippets folder.
    • Updated versions of the following dlls:
      • Intel.Wsman.Scripting.dll
      • imrsdk_x64.dll
      • imrsdk.dll  
  • Version updated the version of the Intel AMT SDK from 14.x to 15.x as the Intel AMT SDK now supports additionally Intel® CSME version 15.x, which is used on Intel* Tiger Lake platforms.​
  • Version contains updated documentation
  • Version

This download is also available in the full download of the Intel® Active Management Technology SDK.


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