Regretfully, there is no shuch tool/utility by means of which AMT can be disabled. I do appreciate your feedback and will make sure your comment reaches the proper department for future consideration. As for now, to disable AMT, please, follow these manual steps:
1. Boot the system to the BIOS
2. Go to the ‘Intel ME’ Tab
3. Enter Intel(R) Management Engine Password and type a new password. The password must be at least 8 digits, numbers, upper case and lower case letters and an special character.
4. There will be a pop-up message where it indicates the password is successfully changed; you just need to press ‘enter’
5. Enter the Intel(R) Management Engine Configuration
6. On Manageability Feature, there are 3 options [None, Intel(R) AMT, ASF], and select ‘None’.
7. Save the changes and exit BIOS.
Let's gather a bit more info to see what options we have:
what version of AMT are you working with?
Have these systems been provisioned?
no they have not been fully provisioned. the versions are 3.0.1 and 5.0.3.
Thanks Chris, we are currently looking into this and I will keep you up to date as I get more info.
For your 3.x clients, try the COMPORT.EXE tool attached to this thread: http://communities.intel.com/message/8057#8057 (example: c:\COMPORT.EXE COM4)
For the 5.x clients, try this switch when installing or reinstalling the driver: setup.exe -port <number>
here are the available switches when installing LMSSOL:
These 2 options should allow for you to move the SOL comport to one that you specify.
hope this helps!