This requires integration with network switch manufacturers, firewall vendors, and vendors who design management consoles to create infrastructure that supports encrypted roaming communication.
So although encrypted roaming communication is enabled as a feature in v Pro PCs version 4.0 and higher, the feature will not be fully usable until the infrastructure is in place and functional.
AMT out-of-band communication and some AMT features are available for wireless or wired laptops connected to the corporate network over a host OS-based virtual private network (VPN) when laptops are awake and working properly.
A wireless connection operates at two levels: the wireless network interface (WLAN) and the interface driver executing on the platform host.
This depends on the OEM's BIOS settings as well as if a discrete graphics card is present.
If the power state permits it, Intel AMT Release 2.5/2.6 can continue to send and receive out-of-band traffic when the platform is in an Sx state, but only via a wired LAN connection, if one exists.
Release 4.0 and later releases support wireless out-of-band manageability in Sx states, depending on the power setting and other configuration parameters.
Only Intel Integrated HD graphics support KVM ability.
Intel v Pro supports encrypted wired and wireless LAN wireless communication for all remote management features for PCs inside the corporate firewall.