I need to use AMT technology to boot a target computer from ISO exists on another computer (the controller) using CD IDE-R.
this target computer will automatically, do some job and should save its results into a file.
Of course, When using ISO image to boot, any file created into the bootable OS file system drive (with WinPE, usually X drive), is not saved back into the ISO.
I hope, I am asking in the correct place: My question is regarding Intel AMT v9 technology. I have only one PC which is app 300 KM far from me. To have as good control over it as possible, I have decided to control it using Intel AMT. My configuration uses Intel AMT 9.
I can access the PC without problems through Intel AMT KVM through un-encrypted connection. However, I want to be able to access the PC securely. Here are my questions:
Our goal is to change the initial admin password for the computers from Windows via software deployment / operating system deployment.
I have tried to use this method:
Created a profile with the ACUWizard and used the following syntax to configure the VPro
ACUConfig.exe /Output File C:\windows\debug\intelamtinstalllog.txt ConfigAMT AMTSet1.xml /DecryptionPassword "decryption_password" /AbortOnFailure /AdminPassword "admin"
but I get these errors
I recently upgrade IPT with PKI from v18.104.22.168 to v22.214.171.124, then I can not use CryptImportKey any more.
Because it returns 0x000000b7(maybe ERROR_ALREADY_EXISTS) after PIN setting PTD displayed.
Only container created.
I set dwFlags as CRYPT_USER_PROTECTED to use PKI with PTD.
I did not change any source codes, but only changed provider from Intel IPT Enhanced Cryptographic Provider to Intel IPT CSP - Non-Exportable Keys.
What is wrong with it? or any misuse?
I am having issues provisioning a workstation with Windows 7 Pro x64 with vPro v9 via LabTech. I have tried uninstalling and re-installing MEI as well as installing the needed driver updates to the computer but none of these made any difference. I have attached the screen shot of the full error to this topic. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.