MeshCommander - Mutual-Auth TLS, Alarm Clock, IDE-R drag & drop, Clock Sync
- Drag & Drop IDER. Starting an IDER session to a remote computer is now as simple as dragging & dropping a .img or .iso or both file types on MeshCommander. The session will immediately start with no prompting. It’s never been easier to remotely start a remote desk session. Once you do this, you never use the dialog box & buttons anymore.
- Mutual-Authentication TLS. There have been fixes done to correctly support Intel AMT in mutual-authentication TLS mode. MeshCommander allows the administrator to select a client certificate in the certificate management tab and then connect to Intel AMT with both sides presenting certificates. In addition, setting up mutual-authentication TLS now works correctly on all supported versions of Intel AMT.
- Intel AMT clock sync. You can now synchronize the Intel AMT clock with your local computer’s clock. Just click the “Date & time” link in the “System Status” tab and you get prompted to sync the clocks. Super easy.
- Alarm clocks now work. Due to problems in the date & time decoding, previous versions of MeshCommander did not support the Intel AMT alarm clock feature correctly, this is now fixed.
As usual, feedback appreciated.