AMT is Intels Active Management Technology, which allows remote management of computers.

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How does Intel AMT (Active Management Technology) not interfere with the TCP/IP host stack?

The Intel dev kit I've been using includes a remote management feature (also see the Ubuntu man page here) which allows remote reboots in case the operating system hangs. It has the capability of ...
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Intel AMT gives 401 Unauthorized when trying to login

I'm trying to get AMT working on a brand new DQ77KB motherboard. I've followed this setup guide but I can't login to the web interface (http://[IP]:16992) or though the KVMControlApplication.exe. Both ...
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how do you disable Intel KVM user consent requirement?

I'm trying to setup Intel vPro AMT KVM (Remote Desktop). I enabled AMT using the Intel SCS AMT Wizard. I'm now trying to use MCTME (shown in screenshot) to remotely connect to the computer. It works, ...
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How to be sure a Motherboard supports Intel Active Management Technology (AMT)

I'm looking to build a light-weight rack-mounted Linux system, and I would love to be able to include some sort of remote management. At the very least, remote power on/off, and a little bit of fault ...
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I can not boot up from an USB stick while I am connected with Intel AMT KVM

This is very strange. I can not boot up from an USB device until I reboot and close the connection immediately. Then everything works well. I can not provide more information than this, because I ...
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Any trade-offs involved with enabling Intel vPro?

Does enabling vPro disable or conflict with any other functionality? I'm configuring a Dell Precision T1600 workstation. It will be added to a small network with one server and two desktops: CentOS ...
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X220 support for iAMT and vPro

While browsing through the lenovo PSREF (tabook) for X220 model number 4287 (page 69) I noticed models that support iAMT and vPro and models that do not. Can anyone shed some light on this. Some ...
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Machine always responds to 192.168.1.2 IP address, which is not set on the machine

UPDATE BELOW: UPDATE 2 BELOW: FINAL Solution I have a brand new HP EliteBook notebook 8560p running Windows 7 64bit. I plug it into a small Dlink di-604 router, it is currently configured with DHCP ...
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Intel AMT - enable vnc via linux

All our old servers have supermicro boards and we used IPMI to make out-of-band managment. Mostly we used it for shutdown/restart and sometimes change some settings via the sol/kvm console. As it ...
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Does Intel vPro work via add-on NICs?

We're currently using Dell OptiPlex workstations with the Intel vPro feature. A remote location is requiring their computers be connected via fibre for security reasons. This will require us to ...
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PXE in an 802.1X environment

My organization is about to implement 802.1X on our enterprise, but we currently use PXE-based OS deployment sequences in SCCM. I'm looking for a way to continue using PXE in an 802.1X environment. ...
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How does an Intel vPro based computer maintain IP connectivity?

As I understand an Intel vPro based computer can be powered on remotely without the use of a 'magic packet', the management controller is sitting in a low powered state listening on specific ports. ...
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Confused about Intel vPro/AMT technlogies

I'm a bit confused about Intel vPro/AMT and processors/motherboards supporting these features. If I install an Intel i3 processor - a CPU not vPro compatible - on a motherboard compatible with these ...