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.
- I installed all drivers for my test machine with HP support assistant. Intel ME v8.1.0 is installed with driver package
Is it possible to install newer ME driver, or this is maximum for this (bit old) machine?
- Successfully provisioned PC with ACUWizard
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
- Successfully connected from other PC with MeshCommander but I have problems with User consent
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.