iAMT Scan - Custom Inventory helps with Enterprise Activations

    The identification and activation of vPro systems that are not remote configuration capable and that have not completed the provisioning/activation process prior to being placed in the field can be a daunting task in a large enterprise environment. Especially in the common situation where vPro systems have been deployed before backend infrastructure is in place.


    To help address this, we created a small utility that leverages MEInfo to capture MEBx details related to activation, and store this data in the Windows registry. This allows for automated inventory methods to collect and report the information enterprise wide, allowing detailed planning of remote activation strategy.


    The utility requires the same set of prerequistes as MEInfo to produce full detail, such as the HECI drivers to be in place, and Administrator priviledges on the local machine, but is small, silent, and Software Deployment friendly.


    All of the data that iAMT Scan generates is stored in the local system registry:



    Consisting of the Following String Value Entries:

    AMTSetupStatus - Provisioning State of the Management Engine

    AMTVersion - AMT Version

    AssetTag - The asset tag data from BIOS

    BIOSVersion - System Bios Version

    ChassisType - Notebook, Laptop, Desktop etc.

    DHCPServer - IP Address of the DHCP Server that lease was obtained from

    DNSServerOrder - DNS Search Order

    FQDN - Fully Qualified name of the host based on NT/AD Domain

    DNS_FQDN - Fully Qualified DNS Name for the Host Adapter

    Gateway - Gateway (router) IP Address

    HECIVersion - HECI Driver Version

    MAC - AMT Capable HOST MAC Address

    IPAddress - Current IP Address of Host at time of scan

    LMSVersion - LMS Driver Version

    Make - Manufacturer

    Model - Manufacturer's Model

    SerialNumber - Machine's Serial Number

    SMSSiteCode - SMS Site the local machine is assigned to (if applicable)

    SMSManagementServer - The SMS Server the system is managed by (if applicable)

    SubnetMask - Current IP Subnet Mask

    SystemName - Host machine name

    UNSVersion - UNS Driver Version

    UUID - The Systems UUID

    ProvisionServerPing - Ping status for ‘provisionserver' DNS entry


    The Use Guide can be downloaded here: http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-2060


    iAMT Scan v. Executable: http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-2061


    Trouble Shooting Activations using iAMT Scan - Guide: http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-2124