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Total Memory Encryption on new NUCs

inuc7i5
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Hi, does anyone know if the new 12 NUCs support Total Memory Encryption ? Cant find any Information if its supported on all NUCs, only vPro(NUC12WS*) or none Thanks
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AndrewG_Intel
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Ronny_G_Intel
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Hi inuc7i5,


I just got the below update from BIOS engineers, the current status is the following:


  • This feature is deployed only in vPro models.
  • Serpent Canyon (NUC12SNK family) doesn't have this feature enabled (there are no Serpent vPro models).
  • Eden Bay (NUC12EDB - compute element inside NUC12DC) vPro SKUs support this feature by default, but there is no toggle in the BIOS that allows the user to turn on/turn off Total Memory Encryption.
  • Wall Street (NUC12WSH) vPro SKUs support this feature, but it is disabled by default. There is no toggle in the BIOS that allows the user to turn on/turn off Total Memory Encryption.


We submitted a request to add BIOS control toggle that will allow users to control this feature in Eden Bay vPro and in Wall Street vPro models.

This request may take a long time if accepted so we cannot make any promises at this point.


Regards,

Ronny G


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Hello inuc7i5

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Andrew G.

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