I have a NUC NUC5CPYH.
My version of BIOS is 62.
I search a checkbox or other way to disable M2 slot or directly Intel Wireless-AC 3165 Wireless adapter.
I need to disable this device but i must keep it in position.
As far as I'm aware, there is no BIOS setting for this. However, you may need to check with our team over at the /community/tech/nuc Intel® NUC support community for more information.
We can suggest disabling your wireless adapter from within your OS.
If you're using Windows*, this can be done through Device Manager:
If you're using Linux* OS, this may change depending on your distribution. We can suggest contacting your distribution's support community for the exact steps. Here's an example from Ubuntu*: https://askubuntu.com/questions/707964/how-to-disable-a-wifi-adapter. https://askubuntu.com/questions/707964/how-to-disable-a-wifi-adapter.
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Thanks for the answer and informations.
Disabling the wifi adapter in BIOS is a term of security imposed by my company.
I've post my question at the /community/tech/nuc Intel® NUC support community.