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Intel® Setup and Configuration Software (Intel® SCS): Release Notes

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Intel® Setup and Configuration Software (Intel® SCS): Release Notes

This document describes new features and changes made to the Intel® Setup and Configuration Software (Intel® SCS). Intel SCS lets you configure computers to use Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT).

Intel SCS Components
Intel AMT devices are usually supplied in an unconfigured condition. Setup and configuration is the process that gives management consoles access to Intel AMT features. The Intel SCS lets you complete this process. Intel SCS includes these components:
• Remote Configuration Service (RCS) — A Windows based service (RCSServer) that runs on a computer in the network. The RCS processes requests sent from the Configurator and the Console.
• Console — The Console is the user interface to the RCS. The Console lets you create and edit profiles. In database mode, the Console also includes additional monitoring options. These options include creating and running “Jobs” on multiple Intel AMT systems, and collecting and viewing data about the systems.
• Configurator — An application with a Command Line Interface (CLI) that runs locally on the Intel AMT system. You can use the Configurator to configure the system or send a configuration request to the RCS.
• Intel® Active Management Technology Configuration Utility — This utility includes a wizard that you can use to quickly configure systems that have Intel AMT 4.0 and higher.

Read the full Intel® Setup and Configuration Software (Intel® SCS) Release Notes.