Cisco unmanaged SG100D-08 port loop detection

Does anyone know if the SG100D-08 has built in port loop detection (STP)?
A google search didn't discover anything.   I was on chat with a sales rep for 30 min, but
he didn't know.  He thinks it does and pointed me to this article:

But when searching for "loop", or "STP" nothing comes up.

When searching the 200 series swithces, STP does come up.

So I guess the 100 series might have STP on by default, but I find that hard to believe?
Any ideas?
DanNetwork EngineerAsked:
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
No.  It's an unmanaged switch.  Any switch that runs STP will be managed.

While it would be possible to build an unmanaged switch that has spanning tree running on it, I've never heard of one.

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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
thanks, I guess that makes sense.
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