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Remote Attestation on NUC 9VXQNX

suzaki
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Can we use the Remote Attestation of SGX on NUC 9VXQNX which has Xeon CPU?

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JesusG_Intel
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Hello Suzaki,


There are many factors that determine what response will be received from IAS during remote attestation. I recommend that you test the NUC using the remote attestation sample app in the Intel SGX SDK or the sgx-ra-sample found here, https://github.com/intel/sgx-ra-sample.


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JesusG_Intel
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Hello Suzaki,


Yes. The NUC 9VXQNX includes a Xeon E-2286 processor. The specs (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/processors/core/core-vpro/e-2286m.html) for this processor show that it supports SGX, therefore, enclaves that run on it can be remotely attested.


suzaki
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Thank you for your quick reply.

I agree that the CPU is suitable for SGX and Remote Attestation.

My question is whether the platform " NUC 9VXQNX" has no problem for BIOS/UEFI to run Remote Attestation.

I read the post that tells some vendors BIOS/UEFI do not fit for Remote Attestation.

"Remote attestation still returns "configuration needed" with latest bios and microcode update"

https://community.intel.com/t5/Intel-Software-Guard-Extensions/Remote-attestation-still-returns-quot...

JesusG_Intel
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Hello Suzaki,


There are many factors that determine what response will be received from IAS during remote attestation. I recommend that you test the NUC using the remote attestation sample app in the Intel SGX SDK or the sgx-ra-sample found here, https://github.com/intel/sgx-ra-sample.


suzaki
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Hello Jesus,

I understand the situation.

I will buy a  NUC 9VXQNX and try Remote Attestation on it.

Thank you.

JesusG_Intel
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