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I am on Linux and can access a few machine son that network remotely.Can Mesh Central do the same things as Mesh Commander (enable KVM, etc)?Note that you'll loose some info such as Serial Number, Service Tag or similar.What you can do though, if you want to test it and verify that the restriction is there, is to backup your current BIOS ("fptw -bios -d bios.bin") or better yet the entire SPI chip ("fptw -d spi.bin") for safekeeping and then flash the stock one ("fptw -bios -f section_0_A.25.data").
As explained at the MEBx User Guide, the MEBx option is not enough.
Is it possible that my unit simply does not have KVM? If I remember correct you need to enable also legacy redirection ports to be able to connect on 5900 and for that you need Mesh Commander or MDTK.
Or the hard way is to read the documentation for AMT SDK and make your own program that send commands to AMT.
Mesh Central 2 it is a server solution to manage computers and yes accessing MC2 server via browser you can do almost all like Mesh Commander. the option "Legacy port redirection" is the only one that I left _disabled_ in MEBx *facepalm*. // how nice of Intel for not allowing to enable "legacy port redirection" from the standard AMT web interface By default port 5900 it is disabled because if used by AMT will disable access to sw that use that a look at some doc:https://software.intel.com/sites/managea...bilityports.htmhttps://software.intel.com/sites/managea...ithport5900.htmhttps://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2...eshooting-tips/ just got Mesh Commander 0.5.6 up and running. I enabled those two boxes and now I'm a happy bunny.
I didn't find an option in Mesh Commander to enable the legacy redirection ports (5900) for standard VNC clients - should there be one? id=1Mz [email protected] Frankinator: What CPU do you have?
If you are on Linux you can try to install Mesh Central 2 as a server on a computer without AMT.