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Intel AMT overview

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Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) allows system administrators to manage remote systems at the hardware level, even when the system is powered off. DameWare Remote Support integrates with this technology, allowing you to mount CD, DVD, or floppy images on the remote computer and turn remote systems on and off, regardless of the hardware state. Intel AMT only works with Intel systems equipped with vPro technology.

If your systems are capable, enable vPro and then use Remote Support or Mini Remote Control to connect to the system. For additional information about how to enable vPro on capable systems, see Intel AMT vPro setup.

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