First of all, I need to say that I'm new n this topic.
I have one test machine on which I want to see how things are working (HP Elite 8300, Intel i5-3570, vPRO compatible), Windows10 Pro.
My final goal is to learn how to remotely configure for about 200 PC's as I need to automate my work as much as I could.
I read tutorial from official site, user guide for Intel SCS and also deployment guide.
Before I would ask you some detailed questions for remote configuration, a have some basic things that I need to understand.
Is it possible to install newer ME driver, or this is maximum for this (bit old) machine?
I don't see step where I could provision PC in Admin mode?
I tried to move from client to admin mode with Configurator's ACUConfig command, but I had errors:
The system does not support host-based configuration
This is enough for now, I will have probably more questions ..
Thank you very much,
Thank you very much for quick answer.
Let's start from the beginning. In this moment, I don't wont to use RCS. As I understand, I will use RCS for remote configuring a number of computers in local network.
Right now, I just wont to configure one test machine. For that purpose, as I said, I used ACUWizard from SCS software package. Whit that, I successfully provisioned my test PC. It is provisioned by default in client mode. Through Installation steps, I didn't see possibility to force provisioning in admin mode.
Is it possible and how to change mode from client to admin on local machine? Or I need to use RCS for that?
I understand the purpose of user consent.
Is it possible to disable user consent in client mode? I didn't see that option. I thought that, it is necessary to configure client PC in admin mode for remote access without user's approve?
On my test machine, I'm having trouble with remote access.
I use MeshCommander.
PC is provisioned in client mode, and when I try to connect from remote machine (in my case it is VM) with MeshCommander, after click on connect, I can't see code on vPro test machine, although I see that remote computer is trying to establish connection (I see that in my installed app "Intel management and security status")
What am I missing?
Sorry for my questions, I now this is basic stuff, but I need to clear everything from the beginning.