On Fri, Jan 07, 2000 at 12:16:40PM +0000, David Murphy mentioned:
> Well, as described above, you need to be able to log in as
> Administrator to shutdown a server, but an ordinary plebian can
> shutdown a workstation. Given that workstations sit on plebian desks,
> this makes a certain amount of sense. Letting a plebian who somehow
> manages to get into the server room reboot a server without logging in
> would not make sense.
Since when do you need a password to hit a reboot button. That said, you
can wire the reboot button up to the mains. Hmm. Ponder.
Anyone know anywhere selling metal reboot buttons ?
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