Authentication methods for AMT include Digest, Kerberos, TLS (Server and Mutual) as well as Cisco NAC, 802.1x and MS NAP that is being used by the RADIUS servers for AMT authentication on secured networks.
While you can call up the Web UI using port 16992 (using digest authentication), if you want to write a customized management console you would need to download the SDK and take a look at the APIs that are available to communicate withandimplement AMT.
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// put attached AMT.wdsl in same folder $soap = new SoapClient( dirname(__FILE__)."/AMT.wsdl", array( 'location' => 'http://'.$ip.':16992/RemoteControlService', 'login' => $username, 'password' => $password, 'authentication' => SOAP_AUTHENTICATION_DIGEST, 'connection_timeout' => 5 )); // power on $soap->RemoteControl( array("Command" => 0x11, "IanaOemNumber" => 343) ); // power off = 0x12, cycle = 0x13
Using the Intel Core vPro Processor PowerShell Module
To get a list of CMDLets available in the module, just typeGet-Command Module IntelvPro. With version 1.0 of the Intel Core vPro Processor PowerShell module, you will see the following list of CMDLets in list:
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