I think Powershell will be just fine to do what you need to do, but it will take a script writing to automate.
When accessing information locally thru Powershell, only limited information is available. By default the module will mount a PSdrive, but it is limited to what it can look at in a local situation. IDER is one of those things it doesn't see as far as I can find. That's where a lot of your issues lay.
If you want to access information locally using Powershell you can do the following, then just navigate like any directory.:
- install the Intel vPro module
- import-module Intelvpro
- cd heci:\
PowerShell will actually work better remotely to access the clients, Remotely accessing the client will save you from installing the module on each and every system, as well as allowing full access to vPro settings.
To remotely access a systems firmware version, use the following command line:
get-amtfirmwareversion $computername -credential $credential.
As for checking out the IDER setting that will need to be done using PSDrive option:
New-PSdrive -scope global -name $HostName -psprovider amtsystem -root \ -computername $HostName -credential $AMTCredential
then to access the directory of information use the following command cd <hostname>:\config\redirection
Let me know if you have any further questions