PowerShell Module 3.0 for Intel vPro Technology

Intel has released V3 of its vPro Powershell module.

The module has been updated to include a provider. Here is an extract from the website.


The 3.0 version of the Intel(r) vPro(tm) Technology module for Microsoft* PowerShell* has just released. Microsoft’s implementation of Windows PowerShell allows IT professionals to achieve greater control and productivity of their environment through a powerful command line shell and scripting language. Within this scripting language’s consistent syntax and utilities the PowerShell Module for Intel vPro Technology will allow IT professionals to extend their PowerShell reach to include direct manageability of Intel Core vPro Processor clients independent of power state or Operating System health.

This release of the PowerShell Module for Intel vPro Technology includes the following features in addition to all the features from prior releases:

Powershell Drive Provider for Intel(r) vPro(tm) Technology
The PowerShell Drive provider enables the ability to "map" Powershell logical data stores the same as PowerShell physical data store such as a network drive or a directory on the local computer. Supporting Intel Active Management Technology(AMT) as a PowerShell Drive provides IT Professionals an easy, scriptable mechanism to interact with Intel(r) AMT Logs, 3PDS, and Configuration Settings.

Secure Credential Storage
Provides credential management for Intel(r) vPro(tm) devices. Enables secure storage of Intel(r) Active Management Technology credentials for automated access. Intel (r) AMT or Kerberos credentials can be stored into secure Powershell storage for retrieval later. Allowing credentials to be safely stored allows an operator can run Cmdlets without having to know what the Intel(r) AMT credentials are.

One-to-Many IDE-Redirection
New CmdLets (Start-AMTIDER, Get-AMTIDER, Stop-AMTIDER) enable multiple concurrent IDE-Redirection sessions.

User Consent
New CmdLets (Start-AMTUserConsent, Get-AMTUserConsent, Stop-AMTUserConsent) enable user consent features in Intel(r) vPro(tm) Technology.

The following new CmdLets are available:







-Get-AMTUserConsent, Start-AMTUserConsent, Stop-AMTUserConsent

-Write-AMTCredential, Read-AMTCredential


Find out more here.. http://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-4800

UPDATE: Just had this link sent to me from Intel as the site isn’t displaying the link.




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