Hi - can you send me the actual model name/number for this ASUS system? According to ark.intel.com, the processor has the right stuff (although it isn't on my list, so I'm suspicious.) I would for you to try a few things on your system.
1. Run theSCS Discovery Tool and attach the outputxml fileto this thread.
After you have downloaded this tool, open a command window as "Administrator" and type in the following command:
>SCSDiscovery.exe /Output file test.xml SystemDiscovery /NoRegistry
test.xml will be a debug file - look for another file named with the FQDN of your computer - that's the one I want to see. It will tell us if your system is AMT capable and if it has all the right components.
2. Go into your Computer Management and look U-under the Services and Applications. You should see a "WMI Control" entry. If you right-click on that you can get the properties. Go into the Security Tab, expand "Root" and you should see "Intel_ME". If you see that, then the MEProv.dllwas included in your system build and itwill support the WMI Provider APIs.
And then you should be able to go to where the WMI samples are in the SDK:
> cscript SystemProperties.vbs from a CMD window
Does this command execute successfully?
Note that the WMI Provider dllis optional for OEMs to install or provide on their support site. If this is the case for you, you will not have the option of usingthe WMI provider classes and youraccess tothe MEI driver would be to use the API's documented in the AMT SDK (very limited set of APIs).
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