Intel® Active System Console User Guide for Supported Intel® Server Boards or Intel® Server Systems


Install & Setup



The Intel® Active System Console is a walk-up console that provides you with a dashboard view of the system on which it is running. The user guide gives you information on how to install and configure the software on a supported Intel® Server Board or Intel® Server System.

Revision Intel® Active System Console user guides
8.x User Guide (PDF) icon
Size: 0.98 MB
Date: August 2019
7.x User Guide (PDF) icon
Size: 1.10 MB
Date: April 2015
6.x User Guide (PDF) icon
Size: 536 KB
Date: August 2013
5.x User Guide (PDF) icon
Size: 807 KB
Date: February 2012
4.x User Guide (PDF) icon
Size: 516 KB
Date: June 2011
3.x User Guide (PDF) icon
Size: 2.46 MB
Date: November 2009

Review the Intel® Active System Console versions on the Intel Download Center.

Related topics
What Intel® Server Management software should I download?
Supported operating systems and web browsers



Intel® Server's Integrated Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) can be accessed by standard, off-the-shelf terminal, open-sourced, or terminal emulator utilities. One example is the IPMIUtility that allows access to sensor status information and power control. Customers own the risk of using open-source utilities. Intel has no control on these utilities and cannot guarantee any fix with these utilities.


Additional Information
Intel® Server Boards and Server Platforms: Server Management Guide
Joint Message from IPMI Promoters
IPMI Technical Resources