I have a HP Compaq 6910p (Chipset PM965) provisioned with SmallBusiness.
I am using AMT DTK Commander to test and it works gerat.
However when I use the Remote Control Terminal to reboot and access BIOS in order to save the Changes i need to be a ble to submit F10
I have tried this:
But only F1 works!
I also found whithin the AMT BIOS settings 2 options for terminal VT100 and ANSI how does these options affect Commander Terminal performance?
Welcome back to the forum. There are couple of blogs I want you to check out that might answer your questions. If you still have further questions, we will be glad to answer them. This blog talks about differences between VT100 and ANSI. Another blog about more details on VT100 mode.
Hope this helps. As always, please post here if there are any further questions.
The blog articles were very useful.
The DTK's terminal has options that allow the user to set the terminal Emulation and also the key translation with different Escape sequences.
I am testing with a HP Compaq 6910p Laptop which, by the way uses, both ANSI and VT100 terminal (to be set through the BIOS AMT properties) and uses the "alternate" key translation where F10=ESC+0.
Ylian (Intel AMT Blog)
Your idea on the automatic key mapping is wonderful I will also add it to my "wish-list"
I am waiting to have details of our AMT Capable software in English soon.
Information in Spanish is available here: