It’s no secret that KVM Remote Control is one of my favorite vPro features. Why make a house call to fix someone’s PC when you can use KVM Remote Control to do it from your own desk? With a feature this awesome, it’s challenging to make improvements. However, we’re doing just that. With the next generation Intel Core vPro Processors, KVM Remote Control now supports resolutions up to 1920x1200 at 16 bits per pixel color depth. In addition, four core CPUs are supported due to the integration of processor graphics. This means a larger number of end users will have systems capable of KVM Remote Control, making it more widely available to the help desk.
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