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odla0024
Beginner
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Manageability Stack: Connect Issue

I am pretty new to this and trying to figure out how to use the Manageability Stack from the DTK. I am having some problems figuring out how to actually connect to an AMT machine with this though.

This is what I was trying:

AmtSystem machine = new AmtSystem(...);
machine.Connect();

Am I really far off? Can anyone help?
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Richard_B_Intel1
Employee
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First, have you been able to use the DTK's utilites (Director and Commander) to provision and manage your Intel AMT system?

Second, it sounds like you are trying to utilize a piece of the DTK in your own application; while you can do this, it was not the initialintent of the DTK. Have you downloaded the Intel AMT SDK? http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/download-the-latest-intel-amt-software-development-kit-sdk/

Finally, if you still want to pursue utilizing the DTK stack, you can look at what others are doing...

http://communities.intel.com/community/openportit/vproexpert/blog/2009/04/19/powershell-controlling-...

http://communities.intel.com/community/openportit/vproexpert/blog/2008/12/03/stepping-through-vpro-p...
odla0024
Beginner
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Yes, I have been able to use Commander to manage the systems.

I understand that this was not the purpose, however I have had problems using the SDK to connect to some of the machines (I was unable to figure this out in another forum post). So, I figured I would try using the DTK Stack since I knew that I could connect with the DTK utilities.

There aren't any copyright issues in using the DTK stack this way are there?
jacace
Black Belt
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Quoting - odla0024

Yes, I have been able to use Commander to manage the systems.

I understand that this was not the purpose, however I have had problems using the SDK to connect to some of the machines (I was unable to figure this out in another forum post). So, I figured I would try using the DTK Stack since I knew that I could connect with the DTK utilities.

There aren't any copyright issues in using the DTK stack this way are there?

Hello odla0024,


As far as I know, you can modify it and use it as a base for your own project but you have to remove Intel branding.


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Richard_B_Intel1
Employee
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You are allowed to use the DTK source; please read the License.rtf file in the DTK's doc directory for specific details.

Your comment about not being successful with the SDK... keep your thread(s) active and we will always continue to assist you. When I read through your other thread it appears you were going to use Wire Shark to help debug; if you have additional data update that thread.

JaNa
Beginner
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hi.. odla0024...

License issue is we can get solved form the License.rtf from the DTK. then the main problem is cannot contact the machines using the
AmtSystem computer;
computer = new AmtSystem(IP address of remote machine,port,user name,password,remember password,web service only);

computer.Connect();

------------------ wait upto 10-30 seconds --------------------

-----------------------then machine is getting connected------------------------------
and then you have to wait up to some times until you connect tot he system. i also try the above commands of the beginning of my project and i also get fed-up with dint connecting the machines while using those above commands. but once i wait 10 seconds and ten i can connect tot he machines. but it is also varying for the network congestion also. according to my experiences 10 seconds is varying up-to 30 seconds even.
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