Dameware Remote Support (DRS) includes support for Intel® vPro™ with AMT, Wake-on-LAN, and Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) features. These time-saving features allow you to work with and troubleshoot out-of-band computers remotely.
Dameware Remote Support lets you support out-of-band computers remotely with Intel vPro with AMT. With this technology, you can restart computers that have crashed or wake computers that are in sleep or hibernation mode.
With Dameware Remote Support, you can remotely control computers via Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) using KVM. This feature lets you operate remote computers as if they were connected to a KVM switch, giving you the ability to enter the BIOS and watch the boot sequence of a remote system.
With the Wake-on-LAN feature built-in to the DRS console, you can wake sleeping or hibernating computers remotely. This technology allows you to send a Magic Packet® to sleeping computers that instructs them to power-on so you can operate them remotely.