So for those of you who don't know about AMT, it is a feature on server and most i'series Intel chips that allows remote booting and power cycling (and more). So when this is enabled you can use any boot media you like on your machine to boot the remote machine. It is really handy for network and sys admins... Especially when machines are off and a million miles away from where you are sat, and you need to run diagnostics or updates.
Sooooo, I've been having some issues with AMT and wireless USB network interfaces and trying to figure out some solutions... when I came across this article. i enjoyed it somewhat, I hope you do too.