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The reason why the ITK has been removed is that a new version is being developed; once the new software is released, you can try to set the serial number.
At this moment I don’t have an estimated time when the ITK will be released, what I can recommend is to keep checking the download center for the new version.
Thank you for your utmost patience regarding this situation.
Intel provides Product Id, Version and Serial Number strings for the board in the NUC. This information is exposed via the SMBIOS Board Information structure. WMI, in turn, extracts the information in the SMBIOS Board Information structure and uses it to populate the WIN32 Baseboard object. Thus, to extract the serial number for the board, you would use command "WMIC BASEBOARD GET SERIALNUMBER".
Unfortunately, Intel does not populate strings for either the Chassis or System Information SMBIOS structures, so you cannot extract the serial number that matches the sticker on the bottom of the unit. You could have used ITK to fill in the strings of these structures yourself, but Intel has chosen to withdraw this tool from availability.
Thanks all. I had used WMIC Baseboard Get SerialNumber to abstract the motherboard serial number but that adds another variance to the whole ecosystems.
Anyway, be looking forward to the release of ITK replacement.
ITK still works on current BIO files for these units, I can share a dropbox link with you.
Hi, that will be great!!! TIA!