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Intel AMT Power dialog

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 13, 2016

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The Power dialog under Intel AMT in the Remote Support network browser allows you to power on, power off, or reboot remote systems enabled with Intel AMT. When you execute this task, Remote Support attempts to detect the current power state of the remote system. If the system is AMT-enabled, Remote Support returns the system's state at the bottom of the dialog. Use the following radio buttons to specify what you want to do, and then click Apply.

  • Power On

  • Power Off

  • Reboot

For additional information about enabling Intel AMT functionality on remote systems, see Intel AMT vPro setup.

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