First off, what computer are you using?I know you updated to 126.96.36.1995 a few weeks ago to add a KVM resolution, but I've been wondering since then what hardware you have. I didn't realize that firmware was already available on OEM systems.
Offhand, I'd say there might be issues because you're using an older version of the manageability developer toolkit (from February of last year) on a new platform with firmware that just released a couple of weeks ago. But the error you're getting seems to indicate thatthere's a naming issue with the certificate. If you're using IP addresses instead of FQDN's for the cert common name, are you using DHCP in your environment for both the AMT system and the system running the director software?
To continue what Andrew has said, you need to make sure that the certificate's Common Name (CN) matches that of the method you are using to connect the target Intel AMT system within the Manageability Commander Tool. For example, if the system is provisioned with a certificate CN of "MyAmtSystem.MyDomain.com", you will need to use the FQDN "MyAmtSystem.MyDomain.com" within the Manageability Commander Tool to avoid getting this warning message. If, however, you enter the device's IP address into Commander and connect to the system, then you will get this warning message because Commander is not designed to resolve the IP address to the DNS hostname and domain (FQDN) and compare this to the certificate CN.
You need to use a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) in your certificates. Please refer to the following section in the AMT SDK documentation: Setup and Configuration of Intel AMT > Using the Setup and Configuration Application Sample > Issuing Certificates and Certification Authority.
To make sure that everything is ok with the AMT-computer's FQDN, I access the AMT computer from other computers using its FQDN instead of its IP address. So the AMT-computer's FQDN is ok and works fine!
The computer, into which the certificate (with CN=FQDN) has to stored, must be accessed thru the AMT Director by entering the FQDN into the edit box "IP / Hostname". If the IP address is set into the edit box "IP / Hostname", the described error occurs. So here also the FQDN is required!