The factory default MEBx password is admin, which you will need to change the first time you log in.
I would recommend checking with our vPro community for more information:
Thanks Allan, but as I said I can't enter the MEBx in order to type any password.....
AMT is provisioned (including change of password), and working fine remotely.
I can't enter the MEBx. When I try (using CTRL-P) the NUC crashes. Locks up. Freezes. It becomes and ex-NUC (if you will).
Note, (and this is important) this problem appears specific to the NUC5i5MY I have in test. I have many other AMT VPro machines (Dell's etc). which don't do this.
This is an entirely repeatable problem; if I clear the bios completely (using the jumper on the motherboard), I regain access to MBEx (until I once again provision AMT).
I understand your problem... facing the same issue. Did you solve it?
I'm having the same issue. Any help?
No help whatsoever. Not from the forum (at least not a usefull one) and not from the supplier nor from Intel.
I have opened a ticket at Intel support, and they write that their response time i one business day. This business day has passed now with on response, so I have a problem. I bought this system for a kiosk setup project with a tight schedule that I am working on. I bought the NUC solely because of this function, and I am afraid that just RMA'ing to the same box will leave me with the same issue again. Planning on returning the box and finding another solution.
Got a call from Intell. They are trying to replicate the problem.
BTW - my box is a nuc5i5myhe.
I have now RMA'ed the box, and as I expected, the new box does exactly the same.
I have noticed though that if you repeatedly and fast press CTRL-P right after the poser is on, it is sometimes possible to enter MBEX
We are really sorry for this issue. I need you to provide me with the following information:
-System information Report
-Step by Step of what have you tried so far.
It is important to say that you must have all drivers installed and up to date before running the report.