Intel Fast Call for Help (FCFH) support has been added to the 3.2 (and greater) version of the Intel vPro PowerShell module. All of the Powershell cmdlets transparently communicate to the FCFH connected client through a Management PresenceServer (MPS). First the FCFH proxy and client list must be registered with the Intel vPro PowerShell module. Afterwards, just call your normal scripts.


There are four FCFH Cmdlets in the Intel vPro PowerShell module:







First, lets ensure that no proxy is setup: Type




Next add the connection information for your mps proxy. In my environment the proxy is I will add both the http and socks proxy info.



Finally add your connected CIRA clients using the manage-MPSCLient script:

Set-AMTMPSClient -hostname vproClient1 -action ADD

manage-MPSClient -hostname vproClient2 -action ADD

manage-MPSClient -hostname vproClient3 -action ADD


Now call any Intel vPro PowerShell script.



Important notes -

The MPS information is on a per session basis,

  1. So each time a PowerShell console is opened, the MPS information must be set.
  2. The MPS information is only available to scripts called in that console.