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E_V_
Beginner
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Intel® System Defense Utility 2.2.0

Why was the signature revoked by Intel for the System Defense Utility? Is it safe to use? Are there plans to update the utility? I found it very easy to use to find computers on the network with vPro and perform some functions. 

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Joseph_O_Intel1
Employee
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Greetings,

It looks like the certificate that the file was signed with has expired, hence the error message. I will see what I can do about getting the file updated.

Joe

 

E_V_
Beginner
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Any update?

Joseph_O_Intel1
Employee
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The developers has been informed and I am waiting on an ETA.

Martin_L_Intel1
Employee
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Use http://www.meshcommander.com/. It's open source, supports AMT KVM, Active Directory authentication and TLS.

E_V_
Beginner
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I already do. I prefer System Defense Utility because it can pick up all AMT computers in a GUI. 

Joseph_O_Intel1
Employee
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There should be a new drop of System Defense Utility in the next few days. So stay tuned!

E_V_
Beginner
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Any update when the official update will arrive?

Joseph_O_Intel1
Employee
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The System Defense Utility has been update to 2.2.1 on the download center

E_V_
Beginner
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Oh. I looked at the date on the page and assumed that it was never updated. I'd think that they would also add official support for Windows 10. 

Joseph_O_Intel1
Employee
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Hey E.V.

The latest System Defense Utility 2.2.1, should work on Win10 perfectly since it’s compiled for .NET 4.5. If you find an issue let us know. I will see about updating the list of supported OS

Joe

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