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Would you please further elaborate on this request?
- What would be the reason why you want this?
- What is this solution for
- Which are the models of the Intel(R) NUCs used?
This is to clarify your inquiry and proceed accordingly with support.
I checked a few NUCs and did not find any with intrusion detection. I have seen and used this feature on desktop boards before.
It is typically used to protect corporate assets, which could be theft of internal devices or bios configuration changes. It is a good feature, which usually involves the use of a switch, which is opened (or closed) upon opening the case.
While the PCH used in the SOC-based NUCs retains Intrusion Detection latch support, the INTRUDER# signal is not brought out to a header that would allow a chassis-open switch to be connected. This, unfortunately, means that a solution that is not dependent upon the PCH is necessary...