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KCava
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How to enable vPro

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I would like to enable/disable vPro. on my HP Elitebook model 8460p with:

1) Intel motherboard QM67, Revision 04,

2) Intel Core i5-2520M 2.50GHz CPU

3) socket 988BrPGA

4) Technology 32nm

5) Family 6

6) Extended Family 6

7) Model A

8) Extended Model 2A

9) Stepping 7

10) Revision 02

What settings should I access. Is there software I need to download?

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idata
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Hello KCav175

 

 

Thank you for joining the community.

 

 

I see that you are having inquiries about the Intel® vPro™ feature. Allow me to help with your inquiries.

 

 

Please let me know what is system model?

 

 

After looking into the CPU model I believe you are using a laptop system and if this case the configuration of Intel® vPro™ is done on the system BIOS, I would recommend contacting the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for the configuration of this feature.

 

 

Hope his help.

 

 

Regards,

 

Leonardo C.

 

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello KCav175

 

 

Thank you for joining the community.

 

 

I see that you are having inquiries about the Intel® vPro™ feature. Allow me to help with your inquiries.

 

 

Please let me know what is system model?

 

 

After looking into the CPU model I believe you are using a laptop system and if this case the configuration of Intel® vPro™ is done on the system BIOS, I would recommend contacting the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for the configuration of this feature.

 

 

Hope his help.

 

 

Regards,

 

Leonardo C.

 

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KCava
Beginner
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Thank you Leonardo C for welcoming me to the Intel Community.

I followed your recommendation and contacted Hewlett Packard, the original equipment manufacturer ( HP Support Forum/notebooks/Business notebooks); replies directed me to the specifications for the Intel Core i5-2530M Processor (the processor in my notebook). I found out it is a vPro eligible processor but needs high end components to function as a vPro platform. I'm going to mark "How to enable vPro" closed and start posting questions about components such as Active Management technology.

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