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Since blade servers move air from the front and blow it out the back, a high-quality server rack cabinet will have to have special venting for air flow. If you need a secure cupboard, the front and rear entry doors should be mesh or cut. This allows you to lock the doors and still be able to see your equipment. Depending on your room, you may also want to install a fan for extra air movement. Many servers apply mounting brackets that have a flange that fits in a rectangular hole on the rackrails of the cabinet or rack. It is actually imperative that the cabinet you select have this type of rackrail. There are other types of server racks labeled as 4-post server racks. Usually, they are a frame which has 2-sets of vertical princess holed rackrails that fine-tune in depth. Some of the better 4-post shelves can adjust from 26-42 inches wide deep. This is a very practical low cost way to put your hardware on.

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