I thought about putting this in the Security forum, but this isn't a software issue so it felt wrong. I do some work for a forklift manufacturer outside town managing their computers and network. This morning the boss called and told me that thay had had a breaking and entering during the night. Someone had stolen the two newest computers they use for CAD drawing their components, along with all the drawings. Luckily there are backups, but I don't know how recent. So now they have to get new machines. I thought it might be a good idea to get som anti-theft equipment as well. Question is what to go for? The new machines are most likely Fujitsu-Siemens machines and they support Kensington locks. So would this be a good idea, and which type of Kensington lock would you suggest. How intrusive are the locks? Can they be removed without leaving holes? The alternative would be to use case cages that are screwed into the desk. They are non-intrusive, but can get in the way of ports and drives. Any ideas what to suggest to the boss? It might be a good idea to use the same solution for the other computers as well, but they don't have any special Kensington support afaik. We're talking roughly 12 computers and possibly the screens, most of them TFT. Also, on a side note. The same model as they had before (The F-S Celsius M420) now only comes with a non-HT processor in the same configuration according to the reseller. I think this is very strange, are there even non-HT processors left? This is a 3.2 GHz P4. The model of the M420 with less memory and different graphics has HT though. The stolen machine also had HT. Is the reseller just wrong?