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Ive seen an example in the docs of Intel AMT SDK but it takes so long to tell me that is there 1 intel vpro pc in my network and it doesnt tell me the name or ip address of that pc.

Is there a way to get the name and ip address of intel vpro computers in my network?

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Here is a resource that we published recently on the Intel vPro Expert Center - it details different ways to find the Intel vPro PCs on your network: How To Find Intel® vPro™ Technology Based PCs.

Michele Gartner Community Manager Intel vPro Expert Center

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You could just scan for TCP port 9971.

Or ports 16992/16993 for already provisioned intel vpro platforms.

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