Here are the information that you have asked earlier.
Apparently, the board DP45SG does not support Virtualisation as it is not available on the TPS.
Vpro and Virtualisation are two different things.
Information on VPro on Website:
Boards that support Vpro technology:
VPro is just a platform technology, that supports:
Managed – reduce your support costs with built-in management technologies*
Safer – protect your PCs and your data infrastructure with built-in security technologies
Energy Efficient Performance
Energy Efficient Performance – improved performance with reduced power consumption with the Intel® Core™2 Duo processor inside
To be able to get a VPro Logo, you will need to have some hardware specifications for that.
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6xx0 sequence w/ Intel Virtualization and Trusted Execution Technologies, other CPUs as well
Q family chipset with ICHx-DO
Intel® VTx capable BIOS
Intel® VTd capable BIOS
Virtual Appliance capable BIOS
Intel® TXT capable BIOS
Intel® AMT capable BIOS
TPM 1.2 capable BIOS
Intel® AMT Firmware
82566DM Gigabit LAN
Intel® AMT Status Icon
So to be able to pass the VPro test, the board needs to support VT.
Hope this helps.