The wireless networking capabilities were extended in the 6.0 release of Intel® AMT to include the following:
Hello experts, have anybody got an idea or practice on machine list export and import in xml format, on vPro Platform Solution Manager?
I've hooked up computer client to use the Intel ATM feature, but I am getting the error message "Failed to access resource IPS_KVMRedirectionSettingData, check user permissions." when I try to get I remotely via VNC Viewer Plus.
- I created the xml profile with information below.
I have a working (demo) server with Intel AMT (version 9.0.31, bios version 1107, current setup mode is enterprise and TLS security is working). I am using the manageability director tool (v0.1.33).
I recently created a script in hopes of enabling and configuring Intel AMT on all of our machines spanning several remote branches. They already have the Intel Management and Security Client installed, and it's not enabled by default - it's how they came from Dell. My plan was to copy the script to the branch server and it would use psexec to run the script on each specified workstation.
Hello, I would like to known if is possible to hook up AMT on remote computers. They are already installed on users's depts and it would take a while to go at one by one doing the configuration manually. Is it possible do that with any agent installed on the computers? I meaning, using a gui software with default password of AMT for example? or a command line?
Thanks so munch.
is it possible to get the source code in c# for the RemoteControl.exe tool tha comes with the ATM vPRO SDK ?
I'd like to send the wakeup byte sequence to the clients from our own application, but I dont want to run remotecontrol.exe within a shell session. Instead I'd like to send the byte sequence directly via (tcp/udp...???) to the client. Are there any samples available how this can be accomplished in c# or vb.net ?
Before i start, pardon my english, it's my 3rd language.
1) Is it possible to somehow configure, that the intel vpro amt would work outside a corporate network while the computer is connected to the internet via dynamic ip through regular ethernet cable/wifi/3g modem.