1) For systems already out there, is there a registry key or something I can check to confirm if SOL & HECI pieces already are there?
2) I get an error in my SCCM log that says:
MT Discovery Worker: CSMSAMTDiscoveryWorker::RetrieveInfoFromResource - Found machine MYWORKSTATION (MYWORKSTATION.mydomain.org),
ID: 4016 - 18.104.22.168 from Resource GUID:7E462349-F029-4F9D-B358-47E3B08806B7.
Error: Translator regestry key has not been found. Please ensure it being installed. (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Intel\\WsMan Translator)
Found new provision server certificate with hash 6EF138015CCA5902DBE1E437801AC42704B425DF.
Okay, I thought WS-MAN only is needed *ONLY IF* we have (or care about) AMT V3.x and below?
If we don't (have or care), then why do I get these entries about the WSMan Translator?
I mean, if I don't have any systems less than AMT 5.x... ?
3) Which Dell machines, for example, have 'which version' of AMT? Is there a chart somewhere?
Looks like Optiplex 755 and 760 above have v5.x and 780 & 790 have 6.x.
How do we know (without going and booting each BIOS) what version is on Vostro 200, 400, Optiplex 330, and Dimension 5150?
4) I have sccm 2007 R3, so how would a "bare metal" discovery work? I have the GoDaddy provisioning cert in place, but if the machine is just "placed on the wire," how do I recognize it, if it has not yet been given any IP address? My understanding is that I don't necessarily need to physically 'touch' the machine - there is some way to get SCCM to "automatically provision it." ?