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Tools Intel® AMT

Description

 

Remote Desktop Manager has built-in Intel® AMT support. You can perform actions like reboot, power up/down or open KVM directly in Remote Desktop Manager.

 

Since Remote Desktop Manager integrates Intel® AMT using UltraVNC, some functionality will only be accessible depending on how you've configured Intel® AMT. For example the SMB mode is not supported in the Enterprise mode.

 

Settings

 

Select the Tools tab of a session and activate Intel® AMT support.

 

Management

 

Intel AMT -  Management

Intel AMT -  Management

 

Option

Description

Display mode

Select the display mode between:

Default

Embedded

External

Undocked

Please see Display Mode for more information.

Web security

Select the web security between:

Default

Intel® AMT http (16992)

Intel® AMT https (16993)

Authentication

Select your authentication mode between:

Default

Digest

Keberos

Prompt for credentials

Intel AMT will prompt for a username and password on every usage.

Use session credentials

Indicate to use the same credentials defined in the session directly or in the linked credential entry.

Use custom credentials

Enter a specific username and password to access the Intel AMT functionality.

Use credential repository

Select a credential from the repository and use it for the Intel AMT connection.

Use my personal credentials

This allows you to use one set of credentials to replace or emulate the ones from your Windows session. See My Personal Credentials topic.

 

KVM

 

Intel AMT - KVM

Intel AMT - KVM

 

Option

Description

Display mode

Select the display mode between:

Default

Embedded

Undocked

Please see Display Mode for more information.

VNC application

Select your VNC application between the default VNC application or UltraVNC. You have to be in Embedded or Undocked mode to be able to change your VNC from default to UltraVNC.

Redirection

Select your redirection method between:

Default

No redirection (legacy)

Intel® AMT Redirection/TCP (16992)

Intel® AMT Redirection/TLS (16993)

Same as AMT Management

Indicate that the same credentials will be used to connect on the KVM.

Prompt for credentials

The KVM will prompt for a username and password on every connection.

Use session credentials

Indicate to use the same credentials defined in the session directly or in the linked credential entry.

Use custom credentials

Used to specify a specific username and password to connect on the KVM.

Use credential repository

Select a credential from the repository and use it for the KVM connection.

Use my personal credentials

This allows you to use one a set of credentials to replace or emulate the ones from your Windows session. See My Personal Credentials topic.

 

Actions

 

You can access the Intel® AMT functionality by right-clicking on a session where the Intel® AMT tool has been enabled and select the menu Intel® AMT - ...

 

Intel® AMT menu 

Intel® AMT menu

 

Consult Intel® AMT topic for more information.