I have a single AMT 4.0 machine I am trying to provision in enterprise mode PSK using open MDTK version 0.1.34 I found at this url http://www.meshcommander.com/open-manageability http://www.meshcommander.com/open-manageability. It appears to be getting stuck while trying to apply the provisioning changes because it hasn't seeded/set the random number generator.
The machine I'm trying to provision is running debian stretch and I tried to provision it using a separate computer with a windows 10 vm.
Attached is the error log I receive.
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This AMT version you are running on (v4.1.3 as per attached log) is a bit old. The latest one is 9.0. I assume your machine is a bit old too probably. After that you are using the Mesh Commander which is an open source software that we support as best effort only. The official Intel tool is the Intel Manageability Commander: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27807/Intel-Manageability-Commander https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27807/Intel-Manageability-Commander
I see you are using a Windows 10 virtual machine which might bring some unexpected errors. I would suggest you to try with an actual Windows machine to better get the vm out of the equation.
Last based on the log attached the provisioning stops on the TLS-PSK connection what makes me thing your TLS configuration is not correct or it is looking for a certificate. Do you have a valid certificate installed on the host machine?
Hopes this helps.
Thanks for the quick response Jose,
I don't think the VM is the issue it is running in bridged mode and has its own IP address. I'm not using mesh commander to provision the machine I'm using open MDTK because meshcommander does not have any provisioning capabilities.
The software you suggested says it's used to connect and control activated machines. That is not my problem. I am trying to activate/provision my old AMT 4.1.3 machine.
What do you mean by valid certificate? Do I have to buy a certificate to perform PSK provisioning?
To do the provisioning process you need to use the Intel Setup and Configuration Software (SCS) package that you can download from the following URL: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26505/Intel-Setup-and-Configuration-Software-Intel-SCS https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26505/Intel-Setup-and-Configuration-Software-Intel-SCS-
Inside you will find a tool called ACUConfig.exe, run it on a client machine (not the target one) and follow the installation steps, it will guide you through. For more details you can check the following user guide: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/software/Intel_SCS_User_Guide.pdf https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/software/Intel_SCS_User_Guide.pdf at page 107 it details about certificates and at page 109 it explains about TLS setup.
Hope this helps
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