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Enabling Client-Initiated Local Access Fast Call for Help

Only three steps are required to enable client-initiated local access Fast Call for Help:

   Subscribe for the user initiation event, either via the event manager or with WS-Eventing. The event is an AMT Notification Alert. The WS-Eventing event is iAMT0036.

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   Beginning in Release 10.0 two new message arguments were added to iAMT0036 to enable CILA users to identify the reason for the UI connection and the Intel AMT hostname.

   Enable environment detection, including with it a list of domain suffixes that define the locations that are “inside the enterprise”. When a user initiates a connection, either via the BIOS or via the IMSS or other local application, and Intel AMT detects that it is inside the enterprise, it sends a local alert directly to its subscriber. See Environment Detection.

   Trigger user initiation using an application running on the host (IMSS), or via the MEBx/BIOS, or both. See Enable/Disable the User Interfaces.

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If the user is not subscribed to the user initiation event the user will not be able to initiate the call.

If a CILA configured machine is relocated to outside the enterprise and triggers a Fast Call for Help, two events will be sent at a Fast Call for Help: 

   An MPS connection event generated by the MPS.

   The WS-Eventing event generated by the platform.


See Also:

   User Initiation Host Interface Commands

   Configuring Environment Detection





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