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RangerZ
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Intel PROSetWireless is configured to sync with Intel ATM

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Elitebook 840 G1
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have a small fleet of HP Elitebook 840 G1 series notebooks. Whenever we go to connect to a wireless network we get a pop-up that states:

 

Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi software is configured to synchronize user profiles with Intel Active Management Technology. Would you like to Synchronize this profile with Intel Active Management Technology?" [Profile Name] <Yes\No>

 

The window fades in a few seconds if not answered.

 

So much going on here that I do not understand, but bottom line is that an unable to find any way to configure Intel ProSet/Wireless to say "No" and not to bother anyone again?

 

Is there a tool I am missing to configure this or can it be managed in some other manner (GPE or registry)?

 

It does not matter if I answer Yes or No, it asks again for each change.  What are the implications of answering Yes or No?

 

I know when booting there is config in (F6) Intel ME Setup and in (F10) BIOS.

 

In the Intel ME menu is a sub menu for AMT Configuration which appears to require a password, so do not know what the options are here.

 

In BIOS I can "Unconfigure AMT on next boot". I assume if I unconfgure it, the option will change to "Configure AMT on next boot, but not positive. What are the implications of disabling this?

 

We are a small firm and for all intent and purpose do not use any of the "Corporate Security Tools" that these machines are capable of, but I install all the drivers needed to get rid of device errors and other warnings. I am unaware of any guides on this config.

 

Thanks for any help.

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soccer_dan
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go ahead and In BIOS "Unconfigure AMT on next boot"... Intel AMT is the remote management technology built into the chipset, and is not used/required for majority of customers. to truly use it, there are specific configuration requirements and is not worth the effort in your case

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RangerZ
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@soccer_dan

 

Thank you.  Sorry, I missed your reply.

 

I plan to do a rebuild on one of these PCs in the near future and will test this out. 

 

 

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