This may be my second post as I am not sure the first one was in the exact right area.
I have found lots of sales propaganda regarding VPro and it is easy to find a list of processors that support it but for some reason there is no info on which desktop boards support it (Without going into the details of each and every motherboard and even then it is vague and hard to find). There also does not seem to be any information on how to configure the computer in question to be accessible via VPro.
I currently use LogMeIn and would like to know how to access some of my newer system at the bios level as is supposed to happen with VPro.
And again I hope and appreciate that someone here will surely answer these questions. But INTEL where is this info on the product sites?
There are 2 boards so far on newegg
How to configure it ?
First watch the excellent training from Intel http://download.intel.com/business/vpro/ActivationClass/main.html
That should open some locked "doors"
I hope it helps
PS : LogMeIn (LMI) is expensive !!!! - I just called them and to enable vPro on my LMI account they asked aprox $700 / year !!!!!!!!!!!!
I shall not pay that !!!
I'll use VNC instead