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idata
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KVM Insufficient Permissions to access on DQ67EP

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The DQ67EP is a Desktop Intel Board, the processor installed is a i5-2405S.

I am new to vPro, but making progress through the documentation. But, I have tried to enable this board remotley and also tried with a local config. The local config I have had more sucsess with as the remote didn't even appear to contact Intel SCS.

So, with my my local config, I set the admin password along with the IP address.

I can gain access to http://sip3.babblevoice.com:16992/ http://:16992, I can view all the hardware status, reboot the machine and manage users.

I am using Real VNC Plus which gives me the "Insufficient Permissions to access", I know it is authenticating the user as if I type the password wrongly I get unknown username or password.

I have tried this on the main admin account and also adding a secondaccount with all of the possible permisions set via the web config.

I have followed /docs/DOC-4795 http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-4795 which is supposed to enable KVM but in all cases it gives me:

WSManFault

Message = Access is denied.

I have managed to run up RIL (/docs/DOC-5943 http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-5943), so it gives me confidence it is doing something - but really need KVM.

As a side question, Pointing a CD to Cent OS installer, the installer runs on the target machine, but when you set the install to local CDROM (which it cleary has access to as it ran the installer) the kernel cannot find a CDROM whilst RIL is still conected.

Any pointers would be appreciated - especially on the KVM issue.

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idata
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Your Processor is NOT vPro Ready (if you have Core i5 2405S). Only Core i5 2400S is vPro ready and compatible with DQ67EP.

That your problem and you can not acess remote KVM.

Check the following link to vrify my statement:

http://ark.intel.com/products/55446/Intel-Core-i5-2405S-Processor-(6M-Cache-2_50-GHz) http://ark.intel.com/products/55446/Intel-Core-i5-2405S-Processor-(6M-Cache-2_50-GHz)

You need to change your processor in order to access your board woth VNC Viewer Plus...

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idata
Community Manager
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Your Processor is NOT vPro Ready (if you have Core i5 2405S). Only Core i5 2400S is vPro ready and compatible with DQ67EP.

That your problem and you can not acess remote KVM.

Check the following link to vrify my statement:

http://ark.intel.com/products/55446/Intel-Core-i5-2405S-Processor-(6M-Cache-2_50-GHz) http://ark.intel.com/products/55446/Intel-Core-i5-2405S-Processor-(6M-Cache-2_50-GHz)

You need to change your processor in order to access your board woth VNC Viewer Plus...

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idata
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I had this exact problem 4days ago on the same board, except my processor was the i7 2600k. Then I realized the problem.

http://ark.intel.com/search/advanced/?s=t&VProTechnology=true http://ark.intel.com/search/advanced/?s=t&VProTechnology=true

Go there, and you will see your 2405S is not a vPro supported processor. Thats why you cannot get into the KVM portion. That is why you keep getting insufficient permissions.

I changed my processor to the i7 2600 (supported vPro) and BAAM I got in. So basically you cannot do full IntelAMT with KVM on your 2405S processor.

Dixit