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    Re: Anti Theft Devices

    I have just had some bespoke pc cages made by a company called HITS, they cost me £50 each and would have been cheaper if I had ordered more I only needed 15. give them a try they can be contacted on 01752 849118. They don't have a website but I can tak a picture of mine if you want.

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    Hmmm. Kensington; I think I'll be trying to get some cash back!

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    Re: Anti Theft Devices

    For now I think we'll stick with the cages until we find a better solution (I need to spend some time planning and going through all potential solutions as opposed to diving straight in and ruining it all - i've had enough bad experiences doing that to last me a life time). The cages should hold the machines tight enough to prevent anyone getting the computer out without wrecking it completely.

    Break-ins are common place around my school area though, at one point it was happening on a nightly basis... the onsite caretaker was losing his mind over it (and I mean literally).

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    Re: Anti Theft Devices

    Quote Originally Posted by Irazmus
    IIRC it was a video of how to open a Kensington key lock (without damaging it) using only a biro and a loo roll.
    Which I found a bit hard to believe.... Until I was faced with a Kensington lock in a chemistry lab last week. Using a bit of cardboard from a pack of cable staples, a pencil and a bit of hazard tape it took me 5 mins. It took a bit longer to 're-set' when the key eventually turned up!

    I think I may have found a new career!

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