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Intel(R) Management Engine Interface driver issue

Hi,

I am using 'Win32_PNPSignedDriver' WMI class (Windows Management Instrumentation) for retrieving information from Device manager.

In that list "Intel(R) Management Engine Interface" driver information like (DeviceName, DriverVersion, Signer, Issigned) looks empty. But I can able to see the same information in device manager through manual.

This issue happening in version 7.1.70.1198 and until 9.*.*.*, but this issue was fixed in the latest version 10.0.30.1054

[powerOn Password] Automatically send from Linux management to vPro system

Hi all,

We're sorry to have inconvenienced you. We posted some thread. We don't spam. We want clarify information about my application again. 

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We have run into a problem while trying to create an application that can turn on the Intel vPro PC (Windows OS) from another PC (Linux). In detail:

1. Requirement

Provisioning of new Clients

Hi

We're replacing our laptop clients with a new model from HP (EliteBook 1040-G1). In total we're going to deploy more than 2500 new clients. The clients provides AMT functionalities, however, we don't want to use it and also the user should not be able to activate it. Therefore, we would like to set a strong password instead of using the default password. Is there a way to change the default password automatically during the staging/provisioning process without manual interaction?

Kind regards,

Daniel

 

ByPass the BIOS password from Linux management to Window system

>Hi all.

I want to describe information about my application on Linux management:

Purpose: I want to bypass the BIOS password from Linux system to Window system. Following functional:

 1. Check power State of vPro system:

     + Reference url (https://software.intel.com/sites/manageability/AMT_Implementation_and_Reference_Guide/default.htm?turl=WordDocuments%2Fgetsystempowerstate.htm)

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