At my company the Windows build team is required to disable some AMT settings such as IDER. Its my job to audit their work which can be tedious so I would like to write a Powershell script to do the work for me. I guess my first question is, do I need to use the vPro Powershell module or should I be trying to do this with some other cmdlet that is built-in to Powershell? So far I have taken the approach that the vPro Powershell module is the way to go but I am open to other suggestions.
Specs: Windows 7 Enterprise SP1
Intel Management Engine BIOS Extension v6.0.3.0019 / Intel ME v184.108.40.2065
I am launching Powershell as an administrator locally on the machine that I want to access AMT settings.
( I'm not exactly sure what password to enter here. When I boot this HP EliteBook 8440p I have to press CTRL+P to get into MEBx/ME. At this point I am prompted for a password but not a username. I made the assumption that Write-AmtCredential wants this password . And I think I read somewhere that a default username of 'admin' will be passed in automatically??)