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In my opinion, the best way to handle vPro/AMT provisioning is to use a third-party certificate and follow a zero-touch setup. I have done this by utilizing a GoDaddy certificate. This way any machine that comes online and is vPro ready will automatically provision itself without any manual interaction. Of course, it sounds easier than it actually is to setup. You will have to create a DNS alias called ProvisionServer that points to the server that has the certs installed, in my case that is my LANDesk core. There are also some DHCP options (81 and 15) that need to be set. Once that is all setup, it should be smooth sailing from there. I have attached a document that I have always used and really does help. It is a bit dated but the basics are there. Hope this helps.
Thankyou this was very helpful; I believe our company has a wildcard certificate so we will probably try utilising that rather than installing GoDaddy, however I have had a quick browse of the document you attached and it seems like it is going to be very useful.
Thanks again for your response and I look forward to working more with LanDesk