- Exception error upon IMSS startup by clicking on the notification shown.
- AMT tab information inconsistency between MEI driver disabled and disabled.
- Event history invisible upon setting OS display to 125 DPI.
- IMSS Network tab flickers when changing interface data mode from wired to wireless.
- IMSS does not update the IPv6 information upon dynamic address removal, link down or interface disabled for both wired and wireless.
- IMSS does not display the FW version under the Advanced tab.
- PDF behavior improvement in XP upon clicking on the link to User''s Guide.
- Windows Event Log exception error upon restarting UNS.
- IMSS user interface event error upon disconnecting KVM.
- High contrast color schemes make IMSS text and controls invisible.
- Using alpha characters in IP address instead of numbers causes an exception error in IMSS.
- Performing Network Discovery from AMT tab of IMSS causes exception error for IP address range 10.3.11.100-10.3.11.110.
- IPv4 and IPv6 addresses are not separated in 2 different fields.
- Localization fix for "UUID" and "Power Policy" strings in Russian language.
- Localization fixes for tool tips.
- Localization fixes for Hebrew.
- When performing AMT EthernetPort Settings get instances, it returns 4 instances, instead of 2 (2 instances for every interface).
- Hot Key window - With DPI settings of Medium or Large, the window for entering custom Hot keys is cut off, making new hot key entry impossible.
- Copyright statements in all readme files in the kit are not updated to 2010.
- The PIconStartup executable contains incorrect description information ''Local Manageability Service'' under file properties.
- The IMSS Learn More window has copyright year as 2009 it should be 2010.
- The IMSS exit prompt is being shown in English on all localized OS versions.
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