Viewing Intel vPro® Statistics

Viewing Intel vPro® Statistics

The Intel vPro® Statistics page summarizes the information for each Intel vPro® device and the monitored components within those devices. This gives IT Admins the ability to quickly track assets and proactively manage changes. Specific details include the specific types and versions of the CPU, Motherboard, Memory and Storage assets currently in use within the Intel vPro® inventory. This view allows IT Admins to see which specific assets are in use in which devices. Therefore, if an upgrade is necessary, a quick report can be pulled to schedule the change. To view the Intel vPro® Statistics: 
  1. Navigate to Device Management > Intel vPro® Statistics page from the left navigation menu.
  2. Select the component type by selecting one of the tabs (CPU, Motherboard, Memory or Storage).
  3. Select the asset type and a new window will display the Intel vPro® devices that have the asset.
  4. Clicking Export at the top will download the Intel vPro® Statistics Summary Report containing the devices count and monitored components summary count in a .CSV file. Clicking Export at the bottom (with a selected tab) will export the Intel vPro® Statistics Component Report containing the details of the selected component in a .CSV file.



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