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 ...
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 ...
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. ...
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 ...