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BIOS-Level Remote Access to a Windows Host (Internal LAN)

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I've heard of some Intel vPro desktops that are able to be accessed remotely via a BIOS-level client. Inside of a LAN, what is the way to do this (without the use of LogMeIn Pro, etc.).?
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Does a solution exist without having to use an third-party app (ex. Radmin)?
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