We are a small company, so we have a small closet with one server rack. This closet has very good ventilation, so that's not a problem - but today the air went out on this side of our company suite. It didn't occur to me until just now, that means the closet is very hot, and indeed I came in to find the servers all with fans on full blast and the temperature in there quite hot, and I haven't yet checked if all the servers are up.
I opened the door, but for security purposes I can't leave it open so I'll have to close it when I leave in an hour or so. All the servers are running Windows; there are a couple towers (those are probably cut off by now from the heat, I would imagine) and basically the rest of the rack is full of rack servers.
I need to keep these servers running in the morning. They contain all our vital functions - network data storage, email, intranet, accounting, etc. Not much can be done without them up.
What do I do??