Ok, this is going to be a really technical post. First, I want to highlight that Meshcentral.com can work on many computers, processors and operating systems... from Windows to OSX to the Raspberry Pi. You don't need to have an Intel vPro computer to use Meshcentral.com, however if you happen to have Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) Meshcentral can make use of it.
Today I added a new feature that allows Meshcentral.com to poll for platform power state over a CIRA connection. In general, Meshcentral can see that a computer with Intel AMT was sleeping because other meshed computers on the same network poll Intel AMT for state and report that information back to Meshcentral. Well, if you have CIRA enabled, Intel AMT is no longer accessible to computers on the local network and now, the job of periodically polling for power state falls on Meshcentral.com.
Before today, if you have CIRA enabled and the computer that is sleeping or soft-off, Meshcentral would report the computer as being in an unknown power state. Now, it will poll the state every 4 minutes and 40 seconds and update the timeline accordingly. Below you can see a screen shot of the development server with an Intel AMT computer setup with CIRA and the power state and power history updates correctly.