Have you ever wanted to be able to launch a KVM Remote Control session from within SCCM? Have you ever wanted to make use of the Alarm Clock feature in AMT to wake up or turn on a computer at a specific time? Now you can with the Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor add-on for System Center Configuration Manager 2007.
This add-on for SCCM 2007 brings the same KVM Remote Control capability that was made available last year in our management pack for SCSM 2010.
In addition, we have also added in the ability to set the AMT Alarm Clock from within SCCM 2007. This capability lets you set up a schedule in AMT to power on a system from a powered off or sleep state at a specified time; even if the system is not connected to the network.
Once installed, there will be a new sub-menu available when you right-click on systems in the SCCM console that will allow you to launch a KVM Remote Control session, or set the Alarm Clock for the selected system.
Take a look at the video below for a demonstration of the new capabilities.
You can download the add-on pack here: