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Accessing Intel AMT: QWERTY vs QWERTY vs QWERTZ

Having trouble logging into the Intel AMT WebUI after you are certain everything has been configured correctly?  Did you recently start using a different keyboard or perhaps you are using a VM that was created with US-based language settings?  There are many different QWERTY (and QWERTZ) keyboards in use world-wide.  Below is just an example of 3 (US QWERTY, UK QWERTY, and German QWERTZ.) 

SCCM 2012 Out Of Band

Good morning, 

I have a test environment where i am trying to configure SCCM 2012 and OOB. 

I have configured the OOB service and logged into the IME and configured it with the correct HASHS and enabled the network.

When trying to provision the AMT sccm logs: DoConnectToAMTDevice: Failed to establish tcp session to 192.168.0.13:16993

I can connect via the web browser on 16992 but not 16993 - I have attached my amtopmgr.log file, as you can see at the top it connects once and detects the AMT but it then reverts back to undiscovered. 

Where to get CA plugin option?

Brand new install of Intel SCS v9.0.23.10 in non-database mode. Need to do zero touch to a lot of far away AMT v9.0 clients.

After launching the Intel SCS console and stepping through the configuration profile wizard to "Transport Layer Security", a little blue "i" says:

"The CA plugin option is not available because a CA plugin was not loaded"

Where is this CA plugin option so a certificate can be purchased and used?

Intel(R) Management Engine Interface Error

I have been experiencing persistent problems with my system (DVD drives not working, excessively long boot sequences etc) for some time now. A recent fresh install of Windows 7 seemed to do the trick but now the problem is back.

I have just noticed that the Intel Management Engine Interface is showing a yellow error

This device cannot start. (Code 10)

Any ideas as to the cause

To Concatenate or Not Concatenate RDRAND?

At the heart of Intel® Data Protection with Secure Key is the digital random number generator (DRNG), a NIST* SP800-90A compliant pseudorandom number generator which is accessed using the RDRAND instruction. Beginning with Intel CPU's code-named Broadwell, Secure Key will also include an SP800-90B and C compliant true random number generator, called an enhanced nondeterministic random number generator in the NIST specifications, that will be accessible via the RDSEED instruction.

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