MeshCommander is an entirely web based tool for remote management of your Intel® AMT computers. For the first time, Intel AMT can be managed entirely from a browser, opening up many new possibilities and making it significantly easier to take advantage of hardware management provided by Intel® vPro.
This tool is available as a standalone download, as a IIS website or as part of a alternative version of LMS. By setting up the IIS version of the tool, people can access Intel AMT features without installing anything, just navigate to a web address. Built-in support for KVM, SOL and IDE-R along with logs, configuration options and much more means you have full access to Intel AMT features in a single place.
MeshCommander is replacing the Manageability Developer Tool Kit (MDTK) available below as we are working to make Intel AMT more web friendly. The MeshCommander package also provides source code and samples so you can built your own web based Intel AMT tools.
|MeshCentral 2. This is a remote computer management web site you can download and run in minutes. It's much like the original MeshCentral, but completely re-built using Node. Easy to install and operate, runs on many platforms including Linux and Windows. This project is
open source under the Apache 2.0 license. This project is currently very early in development, not recommended for real world use.|
Active Platform Management Demystified: Unleashing the Power of Intel® VPro™ Technology. Has your IT organization felt the need for accurate asset management,
reduced downtime with fewer deskside visits, and improved malware
prevention and response? Active Platform Management Demystified describes
the manageability and security features in PCs equipped with Intel®
vPro™ Technology which includes Intel® Active Management Technology
MeshCentral Tools. A generic peer-to-peer mesh networking project. This small agent
software is installed on many computer to forms a mesh of computers
with each one monitoring the other and propagating information about
nodes efficiently. Once meshed, a set of manageability tools can be
used to discover computers on the mesh and manage them. This project is
open source under the Apache 2.0 license.
Developer Tools for UPnP Technologies
set of development and reference tools for creating software that is
compatible with the UPnP specifications. These tools includes generic
devices and control points, stack generation tools and UPnP AV debug
and reference tools. Most of the tools are written in C# but small
C/C++ stack can also be generated. This project is open source under
the Apache 2.0 license.
Manageability Developer Tool Kit. A set of open source tools for management for computer that supportIntel® Active Management
AMT) . This package includes many tools and source code for
developers interested in building their own application or users who
want to learn about Intel AMT. It's internationalized into English,
Japanese, Korean, Chinese and French thanks to community support. When
possible, these tools have also been enhanced to make use of the
peer-to-peer networking system also available on this site. This project is being replaced by Mesh Commander.
This open source tool makes it easy to internationalize .NET
application into many languages. This tool will parse all of the
resources files (.resx) in a complete directory tree and generate a
full dictionary of all of the strings in many languages. This tools can
then be used to translate the strings or export and import them in
other formats. We also support Google Translate to make it easy to get
started with translations.
WebRTC stack. This open source WebRTC data channel stack is built in pure portable C code and has C# bindings along with a full C# sample application. You can quickly add WebRTC data connection capability to most native applications. The stack makes use of OpenSSL for security and dTLS. It's a great way to learn about how WebRTC works or for advanced developers, use it to make native and web applications work together over the Internet.
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