Creating a Remote PC Access deployment creates a default machine catalog named Remote PC Access Machines and a default delivery group named Remote PC Access Desktops.
The PC uses AMT power commands (if they are supported), plus any of the enabled advanced settings. If the PC does not use AMT power commands, it uses the advanced settings.
When power management for Remote PC Access is enabled, subnet-directed broadcasts might fail to start machines that are located on a different subnet from the Controller. If you need power management across subnets using subnet-directed broadcasts, and AMT support is not available, try the Wake-up proxy or Unicast method (ensure those settings are enabled in the advanced properties for the power management connection).