0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 23, 2009 11:49 PM by jeaserve

    What are the needs to implement vPro and Remote assist?


      Does the cpu on the remote pc require a specific model?  What cpu is needed on the assist side? Are the settings for both the remote pc and the assist pc in the bios, if so how is it configured?  Does the vPro software include the server program and/or the remote software.  How do I configure the two sides?  What is the minimum amount of RAM needed on the server side and the remote side? Can I use Windows vista and/or Windows 7 to serve as either the remote pc and the assist pc?  What are the maximum pc supported on the assist side?

      Thank you - Rafael

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          Luxury hybrids are quickly emerging to be the biggest thing since sliced bread (with caviar), but the company forging the trail can barely keep up. After launching the world's first dedicated luxury hybrid ? that is, a vehicle designed specifically as a hybrid and offering more amenities than the average Prius ? Lexus has found that demand is not just exceeding supply, it's towering over it like a midget at a basketball game. The HS250h just recently launched in its home market of Japan, and while Toyota expected to sell just 500 examples each month, in its first month on the market some 10,000 orders were placed.


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