MeshCommander is a Intel(R) Active Management Technology (Intel(R) AMT) remote management tool. It's feature rich and includes a built-in remote desktop viewer for Hardware-KVM, a Serial-over-LAN terminal, IDER-Redirection support and much more. MeshCommander is built on web technologies and runs on many plaforms. In addition to being available as a stand-alone tool, MeshCommander was built to be very space efficient to that it can be uploaded into Intel AMT flash space to have it served diretly from the Intel AMT web serve. There are different ways to install and use MeshCommander.
On Windows, simply go to MeshCommander.com/meshcommander and download and install the MSI installer.
On Windows, Linux and MacOS, you can install MeshCommander from the Node Package Manager (NPM). Once you have NodeJS installed on your computer, you can do:
mkdir meshcommander cd meshcommander npm install meshcommander node meshcommander
This will start a small web server on port 3000 that you can access using a browser to use MeshCommander at http://127.0.0.1:3000.
For Intel AMT 11.6 and higher, you can load MeshCommander directly into Intel AMT storage flash space. Depending on the activation mode, MeshCommander can replace the default Intel AMT web page on HTTP/16992 or HTTPS/16993 making the built-in web site much more capable. On Windows, you can download the firmware installer here. On other platforms, you can use MeshCMD to load MeshCommander into Intel AMT.
On Windows and Linux, you can download MeshCMD, a command line tool for performing many Intel AMT management operations. Included in that tool is MeshCommander. You can start it up by running:
Like the NPM version, this will start an HTTP web server on port 3000. You can then access http://127.0.0.1:3000 from any browser to access MeshCommander.
MeshCommander is a set of HTML web pages that can be used in many different ways. You can run it in a browser or in nw.js, you can run it as a stand-alone application or as a web application served from Intel AMT. Because of all the different roles MeshCommander can take and the unique requirement of being able to fit within 64k limit of Intel AMT file storage, MeshCommander has to be "compiled" using the WebSite Compiler tool that currently only runs on Windows. WebSite Compiler will merge all of the html, css and js files into a single big file, it will run a pre-processor to remove portions that are not needed and then minify and compress the output as needed.
There are plenty of tutorial videos here.
This software is licensed under Apache 2.0.