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CLi37
Beginner
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Control AMT By Scripts

Can I use AMT commands in a script language such as Tcl and Perl and execute the scripts? If AMT is like a DOS command line, I may need to install scripting language in the client, is it right?
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Ajith_I_Intel
Employee
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Hi Changl,

I am not sure if I understand your question correctly but AMT exposes two interfaces to communicate depending on the version of the firmware. You can communicate with AMT using SOAP API's or WS-Man (starting with AMT 3.0)API's. Please let us know if you have further questions.

Thanks.

Ylian_S_Intel
Employee
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The SDK and the DTK both have some command line tools you could use to script simple tasks like waking up a computer, etc. The Intel AMT Terminal in the DTK also has a built-in scripting system so you can automate, for example, going into the BIOS of a computer remotly and changing settings.

Generally, you would run there management commands on a different computer, not on the computer you want to manage.

Ylian (Intel AMT Blog)

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