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Intel vPro/AMT/MEBx

I'm still trying to get my head around Intel's AMT.

We have a network of mainly HP dc7800/7900's as well as a few Dells around (Optiplex 755's).

So far I've gone into MEBx (POST AMT setup) and set the password.
I'm assuming that due to our site we use Enterprise.

I've followed the article here but can't see a KVM section.

I've installed some of the Intel AMT tools, but it looks like you need some sort of centralised server/service for management?

Can anyone help clarify this, or what I might be missing?
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andyalderCommented:
vPro KVM was introduced in the Q57 chipset, The DC7800 has Q35 chipset so doesn't provide vPro KVM, I haven't checked the other machine specs but it's likely to be the case for them too.


www.intel.co.uk/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/guides/vpro-setup-and-configuration-guide-for-intel-vpro-technology-based-pcs-guide.pdf
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