2 Replies Latest reply: Sep 9, 2011 11:06 AM by jhans RSS

USB Provisioning again

jhans Community Member
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we use Intel AMT and SCCM, so we try to provisioning our Fujitsu PC's  via USB because we have an internal PKI in place.


I created an version 2.1 USB stick because the pc's are Intel AMT version 5.x.


We have to provision the fujitsu model P7936. The problem is that the stick is detected on one PC but not the other during boot. Does anyone have an explaination for this weired behaviour?


In addition the same stick is detected on a newer model P900 (Intel AMT version 7.x), so I assume the stick is correctly prepared.


Thanks for any suggestion.





  • 1. Re: USB Provisioning again
    dborud Community Member
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    Hi Joachim,


    Can you provide me any details on the size and brand of USB thumb drive you are using?



    Dan Borud

  • 2. Re: USB Provisioning again
    jhans Community Member
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    Hi Dan


    I read a lot about the dependency regarding the usb manufactor but my experience is that the brand seems not to be the major reason because I tried a couple of brands like EMTEC, Toshiba, JetFlash and also a couple of no name sticks.


    All sticks are working currently for a Fujitsu P900 PC.


    The same stick isnt' working  for one P7936 but not on the same model which were ordered a little bit earlier. So there must be a difference between these two PCs which are from the same manufactor, same model, same bios, same Mebx version, same ME version.



    Any other idea what can cause this error?



    Thanks in advance.




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