readme.txt Driver File Contents (Intel_AMT-SOL--LMS_A03_R279203.exe)

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*       Intel(R) Active Management Technology (Intel(R) AMT) User
*	Notification Service (UNS)
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*  1. Overview
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Intel(R) Active Management Technology (Intel(R) AMT) 4.2 is able to
write user notifications to the local host Windows* OS Event Viewer
for the purpose of notifying end users of predefined events, such as
when critical System Defense policies are applied by the Intel(R)
Management Engine firmware.

The UNS also provides NAC (via a plugin) and NAP functionality. To 
enable NAP, see the installation Note below. 

The User Notification Service (UNS) is a Windows* service installed on
the host on a platform that has Intel(R) AMT Release 2.5 or greater.
The UNS registers with the Intel(R) AMT device to receive a set of
alerts. When UNS receives an alert it logs the alert in the Windows
"Application" event log. To view the alerts, right-click on My Computer,
select Manage/System Tools/Event Viewer/ Application.

The Event Source will be "Intel(R) AMT". The following table shows the
Category Event ID and Event Description for all of the defined alerts.

   Category		Event ID  User Message
-  -----------------	--------  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
1  System Defense	1001	  Security policy invoked. Some or all network traffic (TX) was stopped.
2  System Defense	1002 	  Security policy invoked. TX Network connectivity was reduced.
3  System Defense	1003 	  Security policy invoked. Some or all network traffic (RX) was stopped.
4  System Defense	1004	  Security policy invoked. RX Network connectivity was reduced.
5  Remote Diagnostics	1201	  A remote Serial Over LAN session was established.
6  Remote Diagnostics	1202	  Remote Serial Over LAN session finished. User control was restored.
7  Remote Diagnostics	1203 	  A remote IDE-Redirection session was established.
8  Remote Diagnostics	1204 	  Remote IDE-Redirection session finished. User control was restored.
9  WLAN			1102	  WLAN Profile insufficient for management session over WLAN interface.
10 WLAN			1104	  Management session was established over WLAN interface.
11 WLAN			1103	  Security parameters insufficient for management session over WLAN interface.
12 WLAN			1105	  Management session over WLAN interface has finished.


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*  2. System Requirements
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The UNS is supported on the following operating systems:
	- Windows* XP SP2 (32 and 64 bit)
	- Windows Vista* (32 and 64 bit)
	- Windows* 7 (32 and 64 bit)

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*  3. Installation
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UNS.exe is found in the \LMS_SOL directory.  To install the UNS, run
setup.exe and note the following installation circumstances:

1) TLS:
	If Intel(R) AMT is configured to work with TLS then any
	application that wants to communicate with the Intel(R) AMT PC
	must be able to verify the server certificate that Intel(R) AMT
	sends. To do that, the root certificate (which signed the Intel(R)
	AMT certificate) must be installed (by the IT administrator)
	in Windows's* trusted root certificate store.
	
	Being a service, the UNS runs in the system context (not as a
	user process), and as such does not see the same certificate
	store the user account sees. For the UNS to have access to the
	root certificate, it must be installed using the "mmc" tool, as
	is specified in step 4 in: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/901183/

2) Mutual Authentication TLS:
	If Intel(R) AMT is configured to use mutual authentication TLS
	for local (this can be set separately for remote and local),
	then when local applications try to connect, Intel(R) AMT will
	require from them a client certificate for verification.
	This client certificate must be installed in Windows's
	personal certificate store.

	Again, as was the case with the server certificate, the UNS
	being a service means that the IT administrator must install
	the client certificate using steps 1-3 of the above link.

	Furthermore the UNS can be told which client certificate in
	the store to actually use, which can be done with the
	following command line argument: "-cert <cert name>".
	(Services can receive arguments either on the command line
	(using the "sc" command) or in the graphical service
	controller window.)

3) HTTP Credentials:
	Regardless of the TLS situation, the UNS uses SOAP calls to
	Intel(R) AMT and may require credentials. The UNS calls two SOAP
	services in Intel(R) AMT: User Notification and Endpoint Access 	
        Control. These two realms might have different access privileges 
	(that is, different users can be part of these realms). 
	By default there is no need for credentials to access the above
	two realms for the UNS to work. However, the administrator can
        decide to block this anonymous access and mandate credentials
	for one or both of the above realms. 
	This can be done using the SetRealmAuthOptions SOAP command in
	the Security Administration interface.

	If credentials are needed for these realms, they need to be
	passed to the UNS as arguments: "-unsUser <user name> -unsPass 		
        <password>" for the User Notification realm, and "-eacUser <user 		
        name> -eacPass <password>" for the Endpoint Access Control realm.

	Arguments used to start a service can be read at the process table
	of the OS. A property of the above arguments is that the UNS saves them
	for the next time it is run and then stops. This means that the UNS
	should be started once with the credentials as arguments, and
	then restarted without the credentials -- which will still be
	used (as long as Intel(R) AMT is configured to require them). This
        allows the administrator to run the UNS without the credentials
        showing in the process table as the UNS process's arguments.

	If clearing the configured credential information is desired,
	the "-clear" parameter should be used. When starting the UNS with
	this argument, all the credentials data will be deleted. The
	UNS must then be restarted without arguments.

Note: 	Enabling NAP is currently a manual process. To enable
   	NAP, ensure that the UNS is not running, then run the following 		
        command: "UNS.exe RegisterNap". Restart the UNS. To disable the
   	NAP access, ensure that the UNS is not running, then run:
   	"UNS.exe UnregisterNap"


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*  4. Uninstall procedure
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Click Start > Control Panel, double-click Add or Remove Programs.
Select Intel(R) Active Management Technology and click Remove.
Note that this will also remove the Intel(R) Management and Security Status
application, the LMS and the SOL driver.


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