I'm confused about this mysterious port that isn't open after I provision a computer into CCM. In my provisioning profile, I enable KVM and all the other redirection options, and set an RFB password but apparently this is still half-baked after a provision. For example, if I try to connect to the machine via UltraVNC I get this:
I don't get a prompt for a password or anything. Just a failed to connect error.
But here's the thing. If I go into the Manageability Commander, I see this:
If I click into this I get an option to enable the "standard port" 5900 for RFB. Once that is done, I can use UltraVNC Viewer to connect to the machine and get to the user consent screen.
So why is this not enabled when I specify in the profile to enable KVM? I killed the firewall and I still couldn't access the machine so it doesn't seem like a networking port. What exactly is the port this is referring to... something on the AMT device itself?
How do I open this "port" at provision-time? I'd rather not have to open Manageability Commander (whose issues are worthy of another thread) after the fact for every computer I need to connect to. I feel I should just be able to open UltraVNC viewer and type in the hostname::port and be set.