Status Tab

The Status tab provides information about the current remote Intel AMT system to which the User Consent Tool is connected.

 

The following table describes the information available from the Status tab.

Field

Description

Power State

The current power state of the Intel AMT system.

AMT Host Name

The AMT host name of the currently connected system.

FW Version

Firmware version of the Intel AMT system.

Build Number

The build number of the firmware version.

Consent Policy

Displays the IPS_OptInService.OptInRequired property.

The consent policy of the Intel AMT system indicates which operations on the AMT require user consent. Valid values:

     None

     KVM

     All

Consent State

Displays the IPS_OptInService.OptInState property.

The consent state can be one of the following:

     Not Started – The process has not started.

     Requested – The process started and the Intel AMT generated the user consent code, but the code has not been displayed to the user on the remote Intel AMT system.

     Displayed – The user consent code has been displayed to user on the remote Intel AMT system (either by a sprite or by the MEBx after reboot). When the system is in this state, the User Consent Tool can send the user consent code supplied by the remote user.

     Received – The user consent code was sent by the User Consent Tool and accepted by the remote Intel AMT system. When the system is in this state, operations that require user consent can be started (such as KVM or IDE-R sessions).

     In Session – A KVM or IDE-R session is open on the remote Intel AMT system. Note: You cannot cancel a user consent request once a KVM or IDE-R session has started.

Consent Timeout (seconds)

Displays the IPS_OptInService.OptInCodeTimeout property.

This value is the number of seconds during which the generated user consent code is valid after the Consent State has changed to “Received”.  If a successful KVM or IDE-R session is not started within this time, the Consent State reverts to “Not Started”. The Consent Timeout value can be defined in the Advanced Tab (User Consent Code Setting).

The valid range is 1-15 minutes. The default is two minutes.

Display Timeout (seconds)

Displays the IPS_OptInService.OptInDisplayTimeout property.

This value is the number of seconds that the user consent code will be displayed on the remote Intel AMT system. If the code is not entered within this time, the display closes and the Consent State changes to “Not Started” (this code is then no longer valid).

The valid range is 10-4095 seconds. The default is five minutes (300 seconds).

Default Monitor

The monitor of the remote Intel AMT system on which the user consent code will be displayed.

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