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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.
I want to run tboot for that I require TXT
but for that i require SINIT for xeon E5 1600 processor .But i am unable to find SINIT for xeon E5 1600 processor.Where i can find that ?
Brand new install of Intel SCS v188.8.131.52 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?
I have Troubles to Log in into AMT Web UI, I can access to the login web page, but I can't login with the default user "admin" and my MBEx password.
All the info is in the last post of this tread: http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/292757
I have seen int the "Intel TXT LAB handout" regarding the intel TXT Testing tools. can you please guide me, how to buy these kits. I am unable to find the link to these kits
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
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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