• 01/05/2021
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Profile Creation, file only

Configuring Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) devices using this method requires the use of two utilities: 
The first step is to create a profile with the ACUWizard and then push the profile to the client via the ACUConfig tool. The following is an example of a basic profile.  (Advanced profiles are beyond the scope of this article.) See Figures 1-3 for examples of what options are available in the ACUWizard’s GUI.
  1. Create the profile by opening the ACUWizard, and then selecting 
    Create Settings to configure Multiple Systems. 
  2. In the AMT Configuration Utility: Profile Designer window, select the green plus sign 
    Figure 1. Example of Green Pus sign
    Figure 1.
     Example of green plus sign
  3. In the Configuration Profile Wizard, select 
  4. In the Configuration Profile Wizard Optional Settings window, select 
  5. In the Configuration Profile Wizard System Settings window:
    1. Enter the RFB password if it is being used.
    2. Enter the password in the 
      Use the following password for all systems
       data field:
    3. Select the 
       button for Edit and FQDN.
    4. There will be no changes, but note the changes required if a device has a static OS IP address.
    5. Select 
    6. Select 
      Example of Available Feature Settings
      Figure 2.
       Example of available feature settings
  6. In the 
    Configuration Profile Wizard - "Finished"
    1. Enter the Profile Name you want to use.
    2. Encrypt the XML file by adding and confirming the password.
    3. Select
      Profile Naming and Encryption Example
      Figure 3.
       Profile naming and encryption example.
  7. In the 
    Intel AMT Configuration Utility: Profile Designer
    1. Take note of the Profile Path shown on your screen. It should be something like <userName>\documents\SCS_Profile.
    2. Close ACUWizard.
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