Intel AMT Setup and Configuration Service (SCS) to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) SP2 System Migration

Overview

The Intel® SCS to Microsoft® SCCM utility is aimed for users interested in migrating SCS-provisioned systems to Microsoft SCCM.
The SCS to SCCM migration utility is used to prepare Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) systems that were configured using the Intel® SCS and managed
by any management console to be configured and managed by Microsoft* SCCM SP2.

The utility does this in three easy steps:

  1. It creates a CSV file containing information on all Intel AMT systems provisioned by the SCS that are to be migrated. This CSV file includes the data about these systems
    that is needed by SCCM. The CSV file is imported to SCCM prior to actual migration.
  2. It performs a series of tasks that brings the systems to a state that will allow SCCM to configure them.
  3. It performs a partial unprovisioning of the Intel AMT systems.

 

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anonymous's picture

Hi Ajay. We are preparing a POC with VPro Machines and SCS for a big bank in Brazil. We would like to know if this migration have any requirement that demand some Active Directory or domaind change. For example, we have SCCM 2007 installed, after EXPORT the provisioned machines, we can just import inside SCCM or we should perform any change in AD, Domain, etc?

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