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Show / Hide direct link   <MAIN> 3996PA: AMT Function verification using LANDesk - PP-80489



Version 1.1
Created on 02/09/2009 14:35:56  by Muralidharan Seshadri
Summary
Preconditions
Status:   New
Priority:   Medium
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Basic Function
Lessons Learned:No Phase:FVT, SIV (BBFV), SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:To verify all the functions of AMT using LANDesk application
CRITERIA
All AMT function to work without any functional error
EUT QUANTITY
One system
EQUIPMENT
PPA Networking facilities.
Critical Attribute:[0] : ETN - Ethernet

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE
STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win10-32bit Win10-64bit Win7- 64bit Win7- 32bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win10-32bitWin10-64bitWin7- 64bitWin7- 32bit
1 Configuring and Managing Intel AMT devices AAAA
2 PID/PPS -- Import/Export function test AAAA
3 Provisioning using USB Key in Intel AMT Client Device AAAA
4 Power Managment Test with AMT AAAA
5 AMT inventory and Event Log confirmation AAAA
DETAILS
ATTENTION!! Please follow below information.
1. Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead, then arrange to open defect, if needed.

2. Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case).

3. All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled as Default (applicable on vPro enabled systems).

4. Please check Usability / Cosmetic issues (correct sentence/appropriate display/etc.) and open defect, if needed.

Known Limitations
Restrictions

[UR-03489SG]
  1. LANDesk server is currently not supported for Windows 8 OS.
Information




AMT Test case with Landesk



Setting up configuring and managing Intel AMT devices

1. At the LANDesk System Manager console, open the Configure Services Utility (Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk Configure Services). Click the Intel AMT Configuration tab. Under Current Intel AMT Credentials, enter the username(admin) and password(iAMT- 6.0) you will be using when you set up the new Intel AMT devices in the Intel AMT BIOS. If you want to use a different set of credentials to access the device after setup is complete, enter a username and password under Provision with new Intel AMT Credentials. Click Provision in TLS mode, then click OK.

2. Open the LSM console (Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk System Manager). Click Hardware Configuration | AMT | Provisioning | Generate AMT ID, and generate one or more PID/PPS pairs. When they are generated, print the list of key pairs for use in setting up the device (see step 22).

[UR-2742]
3. On the Intel AMT system, Press F1 during boot up to go to BIOS Setup Utility, make sure BIOS is latest.

4. Go to Config-->Intel(R) AMT-->Intel(R) AMT Control, make sure it is ENABLED

5. Press ThinkVantage Button or press ENTER during POST to get to the Ctrl + P option. Once inside the iMEBx screen, confirm that iMEBx version is latest.

6. If you have never configured the device, enter the default password "admin". Change the password - this is required. Use "iAMT-7.0" so that everyone share the same password for our test.

7. The following options should be seen in the main menu: Intel(R) ME General Settings, Intel(R) AMT Configuration, System Summary

8. Select Intel(R) ME General Settings.

9. The following options should be seen: Change Intel (R) ME password , FW Update Settings, Set PRTC, Power Control

10. Select Intel(R) AMT Configuration.

11. The following options should be seen: Manageability Feature Selection, SOL/iDER/KVM ,User Consent ,Password policy ,Network Setup, Activate Network Access,Unconfigure Network Access ,Remote Setup and Configuration

12. Select Manageability Feature Selection.

13. Press Y when caution message shows "Disabling resets network settings including network ACLs to factory defaults. System resets on MEBx exit. Continue:(Y/N)" and choose Enabled.

14. Select SOL/iDER, ensure that the following is selected:
- Username & Password ENABLED
- SOL ENABLED
- IDER ENABLED
- Redirection Mode DISABLED --> Redirection Mode must be enabled when using a legacy SMB Redirection Console



15. Go to Password Policy. Try Selecting all the options available. Default Password only, During Setup and Configuration and Anytime. Make sure all the 3 functions are working correctly

16. If the device has been previously managed or its previous state is unknown, Unconfigure Network Access is also shown in Intel(R) ME General Settings,
unprovision by following the steps:
Unconfigure Network Access | "Resets network settings including network ACLs to factory defaults. System resets on MEBx exit. Continue:(Y/N)", choose Y | "Reset Intel(R) AMT Provisioning: (Y/N)", choose Y | Select Full Provision.


18. Select Remote Setup and Configuration.

19. The following options should be seen: Current Provisioning Mode, Provisioning Record, RFCG, Provisioning Server IPV4/IPV6, Provisioning Server FQDN, TLS PSK, TLS PKI

20. Check Current Provisioning Mode. Check whether its PSK or PKI.

21. Check Provisioning Record. Check this after all configuration is completed.

22. For the Provisioning Server IPV4/IPV6 details, enter the IP address of the LSM core server and port 9971.

23. Go to TLS PSK--> Delete PID and PPS** if previously system was configured. Set PID and PPS**. Enter a PID/PPS pair from the list that you printed. (Be sure that you use a unique PID/PPS pair for each device.)

24. To configure system with TLS PKI, follow the procedure below.

25. Go to TLS PKI, the following options should be seen: Remote Configuration **, PKI DNS Suffix, Manage Hashes

26. Select Remote Configuration Enable/Disable **. Change it to Enabled.

27. Manage Certificate Hashes. Add the new Certificate Hashes generated here. Make it Active.

28. Go to Provisioning Server FQDN, set FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) of the Provisioning Server if server in domain.

29. Return to Previous Menu.

30. Set PRTC in the format mentioned (YYYY:MM:DD:HH:MM:SS) . Make sure the date and time matches that of the server.

31. Select Power Control, the following options should be seen: Intel(R) ME ON in Host Sleep States, Idle Timeout

32. Set Idle Timeout. Here enter any value between 1-65535.

33. Return to Previous Menu and Exit AMT page.

Verify that "Intel AMT is configured and running" message is displayed during POST. If you see "Intel AMT is not configured." message during POST, please reboot again and verify the "not" message goes away. (you will need to reboot twice.)

Put the AMT machine into the inventory on LANDesk Server Manager
  1. Select Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk Management Suite.
  2. Click Tools | Configuration | Umanaged Device Discovery.
  3. Click Intel AMT. Your AMT device that you set up on the step 3 will be listed.
  4. Right click the device and select Move to Inventory Database.
  5. You may need to refresh screen.

Comfirm that the AMT device is properly managed.
  1. Select Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk System (or Server) Manager.
  2. Confirm that the Device type is set as AMT.



Installing agents on the device using LANDesk 8.8 [UR-1912]

Step 1:Create an agent configuration
  1. Open the LANDesk Management Suite console, click Tools | Configuration | Agent configuration.
  2. Click the New toolbar button.
  3. Enter a Configuration name.
  4. Select Alerting. Click Add. Add all rulesets and click OK.
  5. Select Agent watcher. Click Use the Agent Watcher checkbox on. Click Configure. Click New. Click all the checkboxes. Set Interval to check 31 seconds. Then click OK. Click Use selected.
  6. Select System Manager. Click Install monitoring.
  7. Click Save.
  8. Right click on the created agent and select Set as default.

Step 1:Locate the wscfg32.exe
  1. From the client machine, locate and run %server%\\LDLOGON\WSCFG32.EXE.
  2. On the Agent Configuration Utility window, confirm the monitoring component is turned on, then click Install.


13. At the LANDesk Management Suite console, select Network View | LDMS-SERVERNAME | Devices | All devices and verify the AMT device is listed.
NOTE: If Type of the AMT system is Intel AMT PC, click Start | All Programs | LANDesk Management | Inventory Scan on your AMT device.


Procedure to Uninstall agent in client machine:

Locate the UninstallWinclient.exe
  • From the client machine, locate and run %server%\\LDMAIN\UninstallWinclient.exe


PID/PPS -- Import/Export function test

PID/PPS -- Import/Export function test using LANDesk 8.8
1. At the Landesk Management Suite, select Configure | Intel vPro options | ID Generation
2. Generate Intel vPro AMT IDs window will appear.
3. Enter Number of IDs to generate.
4. Enter PID Prefix for generated IDs.
5. Enter Batch name of generated IDs.
6. Click Generate IDs.
7. Message will appear "Successfully generated 2 vPro IDs." and click OK.
8. PIDs and PPS will be listed based on the entered values.

Test Item Check Item/Criteria WXP Vista32 Vista64
Import Test
Import PIDs from Local Disk [UR-2371]
1. Click Import/Export IDs button
2. Select "Import from USB key file"
3. Specify the location for setup.bin by clicking Browse button.
4. Locate setup.bin file from Local Disk.
5. Click OK and Apply button.
6. Message should appear: "The import was successful."
7. Click OK
8. Go back to Generate Intel vPro AMT IDs window.
9. View Batch IDs
10. PIDs and PPS imported from Local Disk will be viewed.
- Validate that the setup.bin file imported from Local Disk is viewed in Generate Intel vPro AMT IDs window
Import PIDs from USB key
1. Click Import/Export IDs button
2. Select "Import from USB key file"
3. Specify the location for setup.bin by clicking Browse button.
4. Locate USB key drive and setup.bin file.
5. Click OK and Apply button.
6. Message should appear: "The import was successful."
7. Click OK
8. Go back to Generate Intel vPro AMT IDs window.
9. View Batch IDs
10. Select "fromUSB"
11. PIDs and PPS imported from USB key will be viewed.
- Validate that the setup.bin file imported from USB key is viewed in Generate Intel vPro AMT IDs window with Batch Name "fromUSB"
1- at core, open command prompt
2- goto ldmain folder
3- type, getamtid
make surethat the content of pid/psk is the same as when typing amtusbfile -dv
1- at core, open command prompt
2- goto ldmain folder
3- type, amtusbfile -dv
validate if the file setup.bin(saved at ldmain by default) has the same number of pid/psk as in DB
Export Test
Export PIDs in Local Disk - UR-2371
1. Click Import/Export IDs button.
2. Select "Export AMT IDs to setup.bin file (0 out of 12 IDs are available for export)"
3. In Specify Intel vPro ME password (AMT v2.5 or greater), type password similar to ME password set in ME BIOS. (Optional)
4. Type Number of IDs to export.
5. Specify the location for setup.bin by clicking Browse button.
6. Save it to local disk.
7. Click Apply button.
8. Import/Export vPro IDs window will show message: "Setup.bin was successfully created."
9. Click OK.
- Validate if there is setup.bin file created in the specified location in local disk.

Export PIDs in USB key
1. Click Import/Export IDs button.
2. Select "Export AMT IDs to setup.bin file (0 out of 12 IDs are available for export)"
3. In Specify Intel vPro ME password (AMT v2.5 or greater), type password similar to ME password set in ME BIOS. (Optional)
4. Type Number of IDs to export.
5. Specify the location for setup.bin by clicking Browse button.
6. Save it to USB key drive.
7. Click Apply button.
8. Message will prompt: "You specified <number> IDs to export from the management database. 0 IDs are currently available. Do you want to generate the additional <number> IDs needed before exporting?"
9. Click Yes
10. Import/Export vPro IDs window will show message: "Setup.bin was successfully created."
11. Click OK and Close.
12. On Generate Intel vPro AMT IDs window > View batch IDs drop down box, select "fromUSB"
13. PIDs should be listed with "fromUSB" Batch names.
- Validate if there is setup.bin file created in USB key drive.
1- plug in usb drive to AMT machine(C1)
2- unprovision AMT(switch jumper)
3-switch jumper back to normal, reboot AMT
4- after AMT booted up, reboot again, during reboot, press F2 to go in to BIOS
5- at bios, go to Intel(R) ME
6- fill in the correct password, then you will also fill in Computer Name, set AMT to AMT/Enterprise mode,
TCP/IP configuration, Provisioning server, SOL/IDER configuration
7- go back to core, click on, Device discovery\Intel AMT,

1- Verify that your AMT machine appears here
1- plug in usb drive to AMT machine(C1)
2- unprovision AMT(switch jumper)
3-switch jumper back to normal, reboot AMT
4- after AMT booted up, reboot again, during reboot, press F2 to go in to BIOS
5- at bios, go to Intel(R) ME
6- fill in the correct password, then you will also fill in Computer Name, set AMT to AMT/Enterprise mode,
TCP/IP configuration, Provisioning server, SOL/IDER configuration
7- go back to core, open DB\UNMANAGEDNODES
1- Verify that there is a record for your amt machine at this table.
1- plug in usb drive to AMT machine(C1)
2- unprovision AMT(switch jumper)
3-switch jumper back to normal, reboot AMT
4- after AMT booted up, reboot again, during reboot, press F2 to go in to BIOS
5- at bios, go to Intel(R) ME
6- fill in the correct password, then you will also fill in Computer Name, set AMT to AMT/Enterprise mode,
TCP/IP configuration, Provisioning server, SOL/IDER configuration
1- Verify that you do NOT need to fill in PID/PSK. There is no where to find pid/psk to type in.
1- plug in usb drive to AMT machine(C1)
2- unprovision AMT(switch jumper)
3-switch jumper back to normal, reboot AMT
4- after AMT booted up, reboot again, during reboot, press F2 to go in to BIOS
5- at bios, go to Intel(R) ME
1- Verify if you can type in with the same password as the core has(Landesk configure services\intel AMT configuration)


Provisioning using USB Key in Intel AMT Client Device - UR-2541
Test Item Check Item/Criteria WXP Vista Win7
0. Export PIDs to USB key (Please refer to the Export PIDs in USB key portion of this test case).
1. Attach USB into Intel AMT client device"s USB port.
2. Boot system.
3. Upon reaching POST, message will show:
"Found USB Key for provisioning Intel(R) AMT
Continue with Auto Provisioning (Y/N)"
4. Press Y key in system"s keyboard.
5. Wait 25 to 30 seconds until message will show:
"Intel(R)AMT Provisioning complete
Press any key to continue with system boot..."
6. Press any key to boot system to OS.
- No error should appear in POST after performing USB key provisioning
- System may able to connect to Intel AMT machine (LANDesk Server).




Change the Intel AMT credentials for one device

1. Open the LSM console (Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk System Manager). Double-click that AMT device in the My devices page, then click Hardware configuration | AMT | Provisioning | Configuration.

Change the Intel AMT credentials for multiple device
2. Open the LSM console (Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk System Manager) and click Hardware configuration | AMT | Provisioning | Configuration.


NOTE: 1. You can target all of the Intel AMT devices you want updated and set a new username and password for them. When you do this, the credentials are changed in both the database and on the Intel AMT devices.
2. Remember that only the Intel AMT credentials have a programmatic method to change them, but the ME credentials do not. The only way to change the ME credentials is by entering the ME BIOS on each device. If the ME credentials are forgotten, the only way to enter the ME or AMT BIOS again is to reflash the BIOS and firmware.


Test Item
Check Item / Criteria
Configuration
Result
Win XP
Win V32
Win 7
AMT Page user logon test (Using LDMS)

1. To test if the AMT credentials are changed, access the Intel AMT web page by entering the IP address in Internet Explorer.
Here are the access details:

For Small Business: https://x.x.x.x:16992
For Enterprise Mode: https://x.x.x.x:16993

AMT Page user logon test (Using AMT Page user accounts functionality)

1. In the AMT device webpage, click on User accounts link
2. Click on change admin button
3. Now input the desired user name password and click submit
4. Intel AMT logon prompt should pop-up
5. Input the old credentials
6. Logon should be denied
7. Now input the new credentials
8. Logon should be successful
9. Return to the Change administrator page and verify that the new username is displayed in the username field

  • Check if the credentials in logging on to the AMT webpage has been changed.
  • Verify that logon is successful




  • Check if the credentials in logging on to the AMT webpage has been changed.
  • Verify that logon is successful
Standalone
A
A
A
Blank Password Test (Using LDMS)
1. In LDMS server Manager, configure the AMT machine for no password. (Blank password configuration is not accepted)
2. Access the AMT device page and try to access the page without putting in any password

Blank Password Test (Using AMT Page user accounts functionality)

1. In the AMT device webpage, click on User accounts link
2. Click on change admin button
3. Now input a username and dont input any password
4. Click on submit
5. Blank password must not be accepted. Proper error message will be displayed on the user accounts page.
  • Blank Password should not be accepted in LDMS
  • Access to the AMT device page should be denied since no password was inputted

  • Blank Password should not be accepted in AMT user accounts function
  • Access to the AMT device page should be denied since no password was inputted
A
A
A
AMT Page Test
1. On the AMT device web page test, Status page should be displayed first.
2. Click on every link on the webpage and make sure that all links are working without any errors popping up
3. All sub-links and information must be displayed in the main page
  • Status page should display the correct information
  • Links should work as expected
A
A
A
AMT Page Event Log Test
1. Open LDMS server manager
2. On system defense test, apply a security policy.
3. Take note of the time and the security policy applied.
4. Launch AMT device webpage
5. Click on Event Log
6. Verify that Logs are displayed correctly in the event logs page
7. Check the time and the description of the event that has been logged.
  • Security policy changes should appear in AMT event log
  • Verify that the log displays the correct information (time, description)
A
A
A
AMT Page Remote Control Test
1. Open AMT device web page
2. On the left pane, click on remote control
3. Verify that the link is working
4. On the right portion of the device page, verify that the correct information is displayed
5. Select turn power off and click on the send command button
6. AMT system will now immediately turn off and AMT device web page status will display that the system is now turned off
7. On the remote control again, send a Power ON command to the AMT device
8. AMT device should power on and AMT device webpage should display correct information
9. Select Cycle power on and off and verify its function and its sub-functions one at a time.
  • Remote Control for all functions should work as expected
  • No error messages are expected when the commands are sent to the AMT device
  • AMT device webpage should display correct information upon command issue
  • No system malfunctions are expected when the commands are sent to the AMT device
A
A
A





I. No ME functionality loss after M1->M0 transition
a. Put AMT host in S3/M1
b. Return to S0/M0
c. Test that AMT functionality is still available (RCO, HW Asset Inventory,
Event Manager, SOL/IDER over both LAN and WLAN)
d. Repeat with S4 / S5.
II-1 ME Modes
Objective: Verify that the BIOS invokes MEBx regardless the current ME state, either
on normal operation or when ME is temporary disabled.
1. Configure the Intel AMT platform.
2. Make sure MEBx is accessible
3. Enter MEBx and disable ME via the ME Menu-> Intel? ME State Control.
4. Shut down the machine after the changes are applied.
5. Power up the machine and make sure MEBx is accessible.
6. Shut down the machine and take the power cord out, wait 10 seconds and
reconnect the power cable.
7. Power up the machine and make sure MEBx is accessible. Re-enable ME via the
ME Menu->Intel? ME State Control.
II-2 ME Sx mode
Objective: Verify that the Intel AMT platform implements support for the ME power
policy so that the platform can be managed in all supported/specified states.
Intel AMT enables remote management of the platform across all platform power
states (assuming AC is available). The supported power policies can be configured via
MEBx. The following tests verify that remote management is available in all platform
power states.
1. Select the Power Package for continuous ME operation on S3/AC and S4-5/AC
2. For each of the states in the table below, use the WebUI console to remotely
access the Intel AMT platform?s system information. Ensure the console is able to
successfully access the platform in each state.
Platform State Intel AMT State
S0 ? BIOS Setup Functional
S0 ? DOS Functional
S0 ? Windows Functional
S3 ? Standby Functional
S4 ? Hibernation Functional
S5 ? Power Down Functional

Note: to connect thro webui, login to AMT client machine from any remote system using the following URl
https://<machine>:16993 in enterprise mode
http://<machine>:16992 in small business mode
username: admin
password: AMT client password

II.3 ME Power Management Support on AC

1) Make sure that host is on (S0) and machine is connected to AC power.
2) Through MEBx or web interface, select the Power Package for continuous ME
operation on S3/AC and S4-5/AC.
3) Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply.
4) Move the host to sleep mode (S3).
5) Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply.
6) Power-Up the host (S0), and move the host to hibernate mode (S4).
7) Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply.
8) Power-Up the host (S0), and power down the host (S5).
9) Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply.
10) Remove the machine"s AC connection.
11) Re-connect the machine to AC.
12) Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply (AMT might
start replying after a few seconds" delay).

II-4 Power Transitions

Mobile : ON in S0
1. Install Intel AMT 6.0 - Management Engine Interface , Local manageability service & SOL driver and restart.
2. Configure AMT device in non-TLS mode.
3. Goto Intel IMEBEx menu ==> Intel ME General Settings ==>Power control ==> Intel ME ON in Host Sleep States
4. Select the option Mobile: ON in S0. Save and boot into OS.
5. Connect AMT system to AC adapter and ping through the LAN / WLAN interface; AMT should send a reply .
6. Move the client to sleep mode (S3). Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should not send a reply.
7. After few seconds resume by pressing Fn key.
8. Move the client to sleep mode (S4). Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should not send a reply.
9. After few seconds resume by power button.

10.Move the client to sleep mode (S5). Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should not send a reply.
11. After few seconds resume by power button.

12.Make sure that no error appears while ping and system boot up.
13. Repeat steps 5 - 12 in DC mode. Result should be same as AC adapter plug in.

Mobile : ON in S0, ME Wake in S3, S4-5 (AC only)
1. Install Intel AMT 6.0 - Management Engine Interface , Local manageability service & SOL driver and restart.
2. Configure AMT device in non-TLS mode.
3. Goto Intel IMEBEx menu ==> Intel ME General Settings ==>Power control ==> Intel ME ON in Host Sleep States
4. Select the option Mobile: ON in S0,ME Wake in S3, S4-5 (AC only). Save and boot into OS.
5. Connect AMT system to AC adapter and ping through the LAN / WLAN interface; AMT should send a reply .
6. Move the client to sleep mode (S3). Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply.
7. After few seconds resume by pressing Fn key.
8. Move the client to sleep mode (S4). Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply.
9. After few seconds resume by power button.

10.Move the client to sleep mode (S5). Ping AMT through the LAN interface; AMT should send a reply.
11. After few seconds resume by power button.

12.Make sure that no error appears while ping and system boot up.
13. Repeat steps 5 - 12 in DC mode. AMT should send a reply in S0 mode but should not reply in S3/S4/S5 state.


Shutdown/Reboot/Wakeup clients using LanDesk Mgmt Suite

Step 1:Remote shutdown

  1. Click Start | Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk Management Suite.
  2. Right click on the target device.
  3. Select Shut Down.
  4. Confirm that the client system shuts down

Step 2:Remote reboot
  1. Click Start | Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk Management Suite.
  2. Right click on the target device.
  3. Select Reboot.
  4. Confirm that the client system reboots

Step 3:Remote wakeup
  1. Comfirm that the client machine supports the WON(Wake On LAN).
  2. Click Start | Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk Management Suite.
  3. Right click on the target device.
  4. Select Wakeup.
  5. Confirm that the client system wakes up


AMT Remote Boot Manager
Step 1:Bring up Remote Boot Manager
  1. LANDesk Management Suite | Right-click the device | Intel vPro Options | Intel vPro Remote Boot Manager.

Step 2:Normal operation
  1. In the Remote Boot Manager select Power off and Normal boot. Then hit Send. The client machine will shutdown immediately. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)
  2. In the Remote Boot Manager select Power on. Then hit Send.
  3. In the Remote Boot Manager select Reboot and Normal boot. Then hit Send. The client machine will reboot immediately. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)
Step 3:Reboot with IDE-R
IDE Redirection allows an administrator to reboot a client using a device or image that is not located on the client device. This allows the administrator the flexibility to have diagnostic and repair images located in a folder on the management console or a shared folder on the network. From the management console the administrator can reboot the client and redirect the boot process to one of these remote images. The client will boot from this remote image and allow the administrator to remote diagnose and fix the system problem on the client.
  1. In the Remote Boot Manager select Reboot, IDE-R boot, Boot Device (CD or Floppy or image), and the location of the boot image (physical console drive or .iso file and location). Then hit Send. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)
  2. In the Remote Boot Manager select Reboot, IDE-R boot, Enable Console Redirection, Select ANSI or VT100, Boot Device (CD or Floppy or image), and the location of the boot image (physical console drive or .iso file and location). Then hit Send. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)

Step 4:Reboot into BIOS
This option allows an administrator to remotely reboot a client and enter the BIOS over a Serial-Over-LAN connect to make and save changes to the client BIOS.
  1. In the Remote Boot Manager select Reboot, Normal Boot and Enter BIOS setup option on power on. Then hit Send. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)
  2. In the Remote Boot Manager select Reboot, Normal Boot, Enter BIOS setup option on power on, and Enable Console Redirection. Then hit Send. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)

Step 5:Try other options
  1. Try other options as you wish


AMT Web Page Remote Control
  1. Launch the AMT Webpage by http://<Machine>:16992 for Small Business Mode and https://<Machinet>:16993 for Enterprise Mode
  2. Go to Remote Control and select Turn Power off. The client machine will shutdown immediately. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)
  3. Select Cycle Power off and on. Try all the boot options. The client machine will shutdown immediately. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)
  4. Select Reset. Try all the boot options. The client machine will shutdown immediately. (No warning messages will be displayed on the client.)

Check the following options through Wireless using Remote Boot Manager [UR-1918DS]

Check the functionality of Shutdown, Reboot, SOL/IDE-R boot and Boot from CD-ROM with AMT Remote boot Manager using wireless in addition to wired







Open the inventory summary

1. Open the LSM console (Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk System Manager). Double-click the AMT device in the My devices list, then click System information | AMT | Intel AMT options.


NOTE:
1. When you open the Inventory summary window, the data is queried real-time from the device, not read from the database, so the dialog may take a moment to display.
2. A good method to determine whether a device is configured in TLS or non-TLS mode is to open the inventory summary and verify the protocol type ? HTTP for non-TLS mode and HTTPS for TLS mode.
3. If you there is no entry in Inventory summary like this, you can update invenroty by next steps.



Updating the Intel AMT inventory
In LSM and LDSM you can manually update the Intel AMT inventory data that is stored in the database.

2. In LSM console, double-click the AMT device in the My devices list, then click System information | AMT | Intel AMT options | Update inventory. (In the LDMS Win32 console you can select multiple devices and update all of their inventories at the same time.)

NOTE: If you install the LANDesk agent on a device and the IP address of the device changes (for example, because DHCP gave it a new address or the device was moved to a different subnet), the Inventory scanner will automatically update the IP address in the database on the next inventory scan. However, if you do not have the agent installed, the only way to update the IP address in the database is to run this Update Inventory operation.


To Confirm the AMT Logs are generated

View the Intel AMT log page

1. Open the LSM console (Start | All Programs | LANDesk | LANDesk System Manager). Double-click the AMT device in the My devices list, then click System information | Logs | Intel AMT log.
NOTE: The log can be cleared, refreshed, and exported to a CSV file.



3. Check for the other options available in the intel vPro system information: [UR-1901]

Test Item Check Item / Criteria
Result
Win XP
Win V32
Win7
Health Summary

1. Open the LSM console(Start/All Programs/LANDesk/LANDesk System Manager).
2. Double-click on AMT device in My Devices list then click on System Information.
3. Click on to "Health Summary" and verify if the following items are present:
  • CPU
  • Network
  • Memory
  • Storage
  • Cooling
  • Power
  • Chasis
  • All information should be displayed in each devices shown in the health summary.
  • Correct and complete information should be displayed.
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System Summary
1. Perform procedure no.1 and 2 in Health Summary section.
2. This time click on to "Sytem Summary" and make sure that the informations/specifications are displayed properly.
  • All information should be displayed in the system summary.
  • Correct and complete information should be displayed.



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Hardware
1. In System Information list click on to "Hardware" and confirm if below items and their sub-items are available:

CPU
  • Processor
  • Cache

Storage
  • Logical Drives
  • Physical Drives
  • Removable Media
  • Storage Adapters

Memory
  • Memory Modules

Input Devices
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse

Motherboard
  • Motherboard
  • Expansion Slots
  • BIOS
  • All information should be displayed in each devices .
  • Correct and complete information should be displayed.










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Logs
1. In System Information, click on to "Logs". Check the availability of the following:
  • Alert Log
  • Intel vPro log
  • Provisioning History
  • Log file should display correct time stamp, and information.


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Software
1. Follow procedures 1 and 2 in the Health Summary item. Click on to "Software" and make sure the presence of the following criteria:
  • Packages
  • Environment
  • Correct list of softwares installed in system should be displayed.
  • Correct Registry entry should be displayed in the environment menu.



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Intel vPro
1. At AMT Devices click on to System Information and then to "Intel vPro". Verify if the following items are available:
  • Intel vPro options
  • System defense status
  • Status of the system defense should be displayed in real-time operation.
  • All buttons under Intel vPro configuration options should be working properly



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Others
1. By clicking "Others" in the System Information, below items should be available.

Asset information
  • Contact information
  • System information

Network information
  • Devices
  • Statistics
  • Configuration
  • Connections
  • All information should be displayed in each criteria.
  • Correct and complete information should be displayed.







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OTHER DETAILS
EUT Quantity : One system 1. "Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead."
2. "Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case)"
(All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled)
TEMS Reviewer Log:
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