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InstanceID and Version String Formats

The following table describes the format of the VersionString property returned by the various components.

InstanceID

VersionString Format

“Flash”

XX.YY.ZZZZ

where X, Y, Z are decimal digits

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases and Intel AMT Release 1.0.

“Netstack”

XX.YY.ZZZZ

where X, Y, Z are decimal digits

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases and Intel AMT Release 1.0

“AMTApps”

XX.YY.ZZZZ

where X, Y, Z are decimal digits

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases and Intel AMT Release 1.0.

“AMT”

XX.YY.ZZZZ

where X, Y, Z are decimal digits

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases.

“Sku”

X

where X is a decimal digit with the value of:

0 = AMT + ASF + QST SKU

1 = ASF + FSC SKU

2 = FSC SKU

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0.

 

For Intel AMT Release 2.5 or later releases, this value is a bit combination:

0x00000001 – Reserved

0x00000002 – Intel® Quiet System Technology (From Release 7.0, Reserved)

0x00000004 – ASF (From Release 6.0, Reserved)

0x00000008 – Intel® Active Management Technology

 

From Intel AMT Release 5.0 or later releases the following options were added:

0x00000010 – Intel® Standard Manageability

0x00000020 – Reserved

0x00000040 – Reserved

0x00000080 – Reserved

0x00000100 – Intel® Remote PC Assist Technology

0x00000200 – 0x00001000– Reserved

0x00002000 – Intel® Anti-Theft Technology - PC Protection

0x00004000 – Corporate (From Release 6.0, KVM supported)

0x00008000 – Level III Manageability Upgrade (From Release 6.0, Local Wakeup Timer supported)

0x00010000 – 0x80000000 – Reserved

 

From Intel AMT Release 8.0 or later releases, the following options were added:

0x00010000 – Intel® Small Business Technology

0x00020000 – 0x80000000 – Reserved

 

“VendorID”

Identifier of Vendor ID.

For example:

“8086” = Intel Corp.

“04b3” =  IBM Corp.

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases.

“Build Number”

XXXX

Where X is a decimal digit.

Describes the build number of the current build:

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases.

“Recovery Version”

XX.YY.ZZZZ

Where X, Y, Z are decimal digits.

Describes the version of the recovery partition.

The reported version might also be “unknown” if recovery partition update fails.

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases.

“Recovery Build Num”

XXXX

Where X is a decimal digit.

Describes the build number of the recovery partition. The reported number might also be “unknown” if recovery partition update fails. Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases.

“Legacy Mode”

“True” or “False”

Indicates whether Intel AMT Release 2.0 (or later) is operating in Intel AMT Release 1.0 Legacy mode. For more information, refer to Section 10.3

Reported in Intel AMT Release 2.0 or later releases.

“AMT FW Core Version”

XX.YY.ZZZZ where X, Y, Z are decimal digits.

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