The following steps describe how to send the consent code retrieved from the user.
1. Retrieve the instance of IPS_OptInService, where the “Name” key equals “Intel(r) AMT OptIn Service”.
2. Examine the OptInState property to verify that it is DISPLAYED before sending the use consent code.
3. Invoke IPS_OptInService.SendOptInCode, providing the numeric code obtained from the user as the OptInCode parameter.
• If the consent code sent by this operation was accepted, an additional user consent code will not be required until a timeout period of 2 minutes of inactivity has elapsed (configurable to 1 to 15 minutes). Inactivity is defined as no TCP sessions opened on any of the redirection ports (KVM or Storage Redirection).
• Sending multiple invalid consent codes will cause the OptInState to return to NOT STARTED. See Denial-of-Service Attack Prevention for a description of this mechanism.
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$optInServiceRef =$wsmanConnectionObject.NewReference("SELECT * FROM IPS_OptInService WHERE Name='Intel(r) AMT OptIn Service'")
if($optInState -like "2") # OptInState 2 = Displayed.
$optInCode =# The numeric code obtained from the user.
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