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IDF 2011 is comming!
By javierandrescaceresPosted 08/08/20110
Hi everybody! Wow it seems like yesterday when I remember the last Intel Developer Forum (IDF) but it was almost 1 year ago from now. For some of you who are new to IDF let me explain you a bit about it, it's an annual event where there are many activities taking place at the same time, like the ...
It’s time to migrate to the Intel AMT SCS 7.0
By javierandrescaceresPosted 04/12/20110
As you probably have noticed, there are great posts about the Intel AMT SCS 7.0 (check this or this for example). This post is not about all new features, it’s just a look to the previous 5.X version to see the benefits of migrating.  The 7.0 version has been available for some time, but there ar...
Intel Manageability Checker 2.0
By javierandrescaceresPosted 03/01/20110
The Intel Manageability checker is the best partner one can find when it’s time to verify the usage cases. This tool lets capturing and analyzing Intel® AMT traffic between two systems to validate any of the 14 predefined Intel® Active Management Technology Use Cases and creating a report with a ...
Intel AMT + WinPE = Offline P2V
By javierandrescaceresPosted 01/18/20111
Intel AMT (IDE-R and KVM) + WinPE = Offline P2V is a usage case variation (derived of OS Reimaging with SOL-IDER and WinPE) that lets you create virtual hard disks (VHD file formats) in order to restore them in a virtual machine monitor. There are many methods to perform a physical to virtual (P2...
Playing around with Intel AMT on Windows Phone
By javierandrescaceresPosted 06/22/20102
After reading Ylian Saint-hilaire‘s blog about using the Mesh Manageability Tools on the Android Phone I felt inspired to build something similar around the Windows Phone, which it will be available at the year-end holiday season.  If you’re not yet familiar with the Windows Phone I’ll describe i...
Using the Software Assessment Tool for Manageability
By javierandrescaceresPosted 06/17/20105
My company has a product which is AMT capable, so when we heard about a tool for testing and sampling the manageability features in Andrew Schiestl’s blog  we agreed in using it. First step was downloading it, but you have to be a registered Intel partner, so if you’re not yet it’s a good time to...
How to enable Intel® AMT KVM by programming
By javierandrescaceresPosted 06/11/20103
The first task to perform when working with KVM is enabling the redirection ports. This post is about doing this task by code.  This use case can be divided into in three steps (as mentioned in the KVM application developer guide):Check if KVM is Enabled or DisabledEnable/Disable the KVM Interfac...
Bluetooth stacks on Windows Mobile
By javierandrescaceresPosted 03/16/20101
When you need to Access to the Bluetooth hardware on Windows Mobile, You should have into account your device’s implementation so You can read the information propertly. There are at least two Bluetooth stacks (implementations) types on Windows Mobil from Microsoft and BroadComm. Both implementat...
From the Desk of the Community Member at Large.
By javierandrescaceresPosted 03/16/20100
Waiting for Intel® AMT 6.0. As an AMT developer, I started working with AMT 3.X and have been updating to major releases. For me and other colleagues, one of the most important transitions was to the Intel® AMT 4.0 mobile version, since that new release had come without a long wait. Now, there ar...
How to enable Intel® AMT SOL by programming.
By javierandrescaceresPosted 01/12/20101
This blog post is a good complement to the second of Duofeng Li’s AMT Experience blog posts. In his blog, He mentioned what Intel® AMT SOL is and how to enable it by using the MEBx configuration menu. This post is about enabling it too, but by programming using WSMan and the good old, well-known ...