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Intel AMT: Using Intel® AMT Developer Tool Kit (DTK)


Install and run the Intel® AMT Developer Tool Kit (DTK)
1. check if the .NET Framework 2.0 is installed
2. download the latest Intel® AMT Developer Tool Kit (DTK) (in this description I have used the version 0.41)
3. install the AMT DTK on a second machine in the same network
4. execute the "Intel AMT Commander.exe"

Add new AMT computer
1. click on "Add Known computer..."
2. enter the IP address from the AMT computer
3. enter the username "admin" and the password
4. click on "OK"

Connect to the AMT computer
1. select the created AMT computer in the left window
2. click on the "Connect"-button
3. after a few seconds the connection should be established

Detecting hardware configuration
1. open the AMT computer tree view in the left window
2. in this tree view you could get some hardware informations (product details, BIOS, CPU, RAM, hardware devices, battery informations, ...)

Enable/Disable the Remote Control functions
1. select the AMT computer in the left window
2. open the "Remote Control" tab in the right window
3. to enable/disable Serial Over LAN (SOL), IDE Redirection (IDE-R) or the Port Redirection just click on the button behind the respective option

Using Remote Commands
1. select the AMT computer in the left window
2. open the "Remote Control" tab in the right window
3. click on "Take Control"
4. open the "Remote Command" menu
5. select "Normal Reboot", "Power Up", "Power Down", "Remoted Reboot" or "Remoted Reboot to BIOS Setup"

Notice: "Normal Reboot", "Power Down", "Remoted Reboot" and "Remoted Reboot to BIOS Setup" will cause a HARD SHUTDOWN!!!
This could be damaging the running OS and could cause data loss.

Using IDE-Redirection
1. select the AMT computer in the left window
2. open the "Remote Control" tab in the right window
3. click on "Take Control"
4. open the "Disk Redirection" menu
5. select "Change Target Floppy"
6. click on "Redirect to A:" to boot the remote AMT computer from the local floppy or click on "Redirect to Image File..." to boot from a local floppy image
7. open the "Disk Redirection" menu
8. select "Change Target CDROM"
9. click on "Redirect to X:" to boot the remote AMT computer from the local CD/DVD drive or click on "Redirect to Image File..." to boot from a local CD/DVD image
10. open the "Disk Redirection" menu
11. select "Redirection Start"
12. click on "On Next Reset"
13. open the "Disk Redirection" menu
14. click on "Redirection Activate"
15. open the "Remote Command" menu
16. click on "Remoted Reboot to Redirected Floppy" or on "Remoted Reboot to Redirected CD"
17. click on "Yes"

Notice: "Remoted Reboot to Redirected Floppy" and "Remoted Reboot to Redirected CD" will cause a HARD SHUTDOWN!!!
This could be damaging the running OS and could cause data loss.

Creating network filters
1. open the AMT computer tree view in the left window ("\Networking\Filters")
2. click on "Create New Filter"
3. enter the filter name (e.g. ICMPDrop)
4. select the Type "IPv4 Packets"
5. select the Profile "Drop Packets"
6. select the IP Next Protocol "ICMP"
7. select the Traffic Direction "Outbound"
8. enter the IP address from the test server (e.g. 192.168.20.200)
9. click on "Add"
10. the created filter appears in the tree view ("\Networking\Filters\ICMPDrop")
11. open the "Policies" folder in the AMT computer tree view
12. click on "Create New Policy..."
13. enter the policy name (e.g. ICMPDropPolicy)
14. activate the "ICMPDrop" filter
15. click on "OK"
16. the created policy appears in the tree view ("\Networking\Policies\ICMPDropPolicy")
17. start the AMT computer
18. run "cmd" on the AMT computer
19. execute "ping 192.168.20.200 -n 1000" on the AMT computer
20. right click on the policy "ICMPDropPolicy" in the AMT Commander
21. select "Activate Policy on"
22. click on "Wired NIC" to active the policy
23. the ping sequence on the AMT computer should respond "Request timed out."
24. right click on the policy "ICMPDropPolicy" in the AMT Commander
25. select "Activate Policy on"
26. click on "Wired NIC" to deactive the policy
27. the ping sequence on the AMT computer should respond "Reply from 192.168.20.200: ..."


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