I am newbie in Vpro technology so I wish if it's possible to answer me at few questions. I have 1 system with Vpro techology but I cannot acces it. I Have installed syam desktop central and I can access the computer through browser, i can do everything on it but if i choose to shut it down i cannot bring it back. When I want to access directly the computer with http://ip:16991-16995 I got an error display page. i tried to telnet on ports 16991 to 16995 and the port 16993 is open. In BIOS is set an static IP with netmask, gateway and dns server. Is there a HOWTO(for dummies)to install and config Vpro techology on machines with Vpro? I am stuck. Google has not been my friend last 2 days..
ps: motherboard is DQ965GF.
I know the DQ965GF very well, I have two in my lab, but I am not familiar with "Syam desktop central". Setting up Intel AMT for dummies is a great idea, I don't think we have that maybe someone else on the forum know of such a page.
Here are a few tips for you:
Hope this helps,
Ylian - Check out my Intel AMT blog
Also, if you could verify which version of the firmare you have loaded, that would be good. Have you tried just doing a "restart" rather than a "shut-down?" I am recalling an instance where shutting down would actuall power down the network interface and then you wouldn't be able to start the system via the AMT interface because the network was actually shut down. (I thought this was fixed in the later releases....)
First I want to thank you(both of you) for a prompt answer and help. I have latest BIOS, allsettings are likeYlian said, all OK, but stillwont work. Afther 2 hours of researching on google and Intel's siteI made a "reset to default factory" in IAMT Bios console. Afther that, it's worked. Very very strange.... I hope to helpothers this tip.
Thanks again for advices,
Thats strange; I never had to do a full reset to make it work. Still, each time I update my BIOS on these motherboards I can never do it the easy way. I always have to put the BIOS image on a CDROM, put it in the CDROM drive, remove the configuration jumper and turn the machine on. The good thing is, every time I do that, it always works great after the reset.
Ylian (My Intel AMT Blog)
We have created a simple 2 page document that explains how to configure your vpro hardware and SyAM Software.
Here is a link to the quick start guide PDF http://syamsoftware.com/main/solutions/AMT-Quick-Ref.pdf
Here is a link to the SyAM Software vPro site, www.syamsoftware.com/vpro
We're continually updating these pages with use cases, validated configuration, etc - welcome feedback on what else can produce to help vPro users
I hope this help, but should you have any other questions on SyAM Software, please don't hesitate to contact us.