Initializing Intel AMT computers using the Remote Configuration feature
(Intel AMT 3.0 and later)
The zero-touch Remote Configuration feature lets you initialize Intel AMT 3.0 and later computers without a need to visit the computers' location and manually install the PID-PPS pair. Preparing the infrastructure for the Remote Configuration requires you to perform some advanced server-side configuration and purchase a certificate. However, when all set, initializing thousands of Intel AMT computers becomes an easy and automated task.
If you cannot purchase a remote configuration certificate, or if you have computers with Intel AMT versions that do not support Remote Configuration, you must initialize Intel AMT computers manually.