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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    I have a vague memory of doing this back in ~2006, but certainly not recently. As a contractor I really wouldn't want to be touching those buttons, to be honest.
    Indeed, I was a permie when I last did this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwdan View Post
    ...As a contractor I really wouldn't want to be touching those buttons, to be honest.
    Exactly my feelings on the matter.

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    Interesting from these replies that it does happen now and again, and my experience was not unique (unless we all worked at the same place!).

    On the subject of insurance, if the client lost the DC to fire, they would presumably make an insurance claim. However, it is hard to imagine even their weighty policy paying out one it becomes known that the fire suppression system was disabled. I hope the client realizes that.

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