Basic question about AMT

Basic question about AMT

if I disable the on board NIC and used a PCI or usb NIC can I still perform remote configuration ?

I have searched the forum and found similar subjects but most are concerning the use of multiple NICs not an alternative to the on board controller ..

Thanks in advance.

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Unfortunately, if you disable the on board NIC you will lose the remote configuration ability... as mentiond in the vPro FAQ: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-vprot-technology-faq

"Intel AMT communicates only through the onboard network interface of Intel vPro technology"

That was the general idea I was getting from the documentation Ive been reading.

Thank you for confirming it.

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