STATE_INDEPENDENCE_ChangeToAMT

STATE_INDEPENDENCE_ChangeToAMT is sent by the OS agent to change the manageability mode to Intel AMT. This command is part of the Intel MEI watchdog client, since this client is always active if the MEI driver is installed and running, even if Intel AMT is not enabled on the platform. Note that the watchdog client commands differ in their structure from the common AMTHI commands.  This function is deprecated in Release 9.0.

STATE_INDEPENDENCE_ChangeToAMT Command

typedef struct _STATE_INDEPENDENCE_COMMAND

{

    UINT8 Cmd;

    UINT8 ByteCount;

    UINT8 SubCmd;

    UINT8 Version;

} STATE_INDEPENDENCE_COMMAND;

 

Field

Description

Cmd

05h

ByteCount

02h

SubCmd

52h

Version

10h

STATE_INDEPENDENCE_ChangeToAMT Response

typedef struct _CHANGE_TO_AMT_RESPONSE

{

    STATUS      Status;

} CHANGE_TO_AMT_RESPONSE;

 

Field

Description

Status

A status code returned in a response message that indicates whether the operation specified in the corresponding request message succeeded or failed. If the operation failed, this code indicates the specific reason for failure.

STATE_INDEPENDENCE_ChangeToAMT Status Codes

Status

Description

STATUS_SUCCESS (0h)

Request succeeded.

STATUS_FAILURE (9Eh)

Transition to Intel AMT is not currently allowed (See STATE_INDEPENDENCE_IsChangeToAMTEnabled).

 

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