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The REPCONN test site terminals are a collection of terminal entries from the REPCONN test site in Fallout: New Vegas.

Employee Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This terminal is located in the central cubical room, on the cornered desk in the northeastern cubical. It has a hula girl on it.

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Public Server Access

Public Kitchen[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458342

To: ALL REPCONN Employees
From: Emily Neimeyer, Facilities Manager

Hello Everyone!

Please remember that the kitchen is a privilege and not a right. Please clean up after yourselves, and remember that a clean kitchen is a happy kitchen.

Thanks,
Emily

PS - Please also remember that any food left in the icebox without a date will be thrown away every Friday evening, so date your food!

Welcome to RobCo![edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457761

To: All REPCONN Staff
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Greetings fellow REPCONN employees!

I am happy to announce that we have finalized our deal with RobCo. Starting tomorrow we will be an official RobCo facility. Most of you won't notice anything different, aside from an increase in benefits.

Thank you all for your time, and welcome again to the RobCo family.

Steve

Martin's Retirement[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458406

To: Gordon Pesce, Senior Engineer
From: Emily Neimeyer, Facilities Manager

Hey Gordon,

I was as surprised as you were to hear about Martin's retirement. It seemed that things were going so well. The party sounds like a great idea, I'm sure he'll love to see everyone on his last day. Let me know if there is anything that I can do to help.

Emily

Employee Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: There are two of these desk terminals. One terminal is located in the cubical room next to the server room. It is located on the northern cornered desk. The other terminal is located in the cubical room above the central cubical room. It is located on the western cornered desk. Note: This terminal is located in the cubical room next to the server room. It is located on the northern cornered desk. This terminal is located in the cubical room with the collapsed ceiling. It is located on the southern cornered desk.

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Public Server Access

Public Kitchen[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458342

To: ALL REPCONN Employees
From: Emily Neimeyer, Facilities Manager

Hello Everyone!

Please remember that the kitchen is a privilege and not a right. Please clean up after yourselves, and remember that a clean kitchen is a happy kitchen.

Thanks,
Emily

PS - Please also remember that any food left in the icebox without a date will be thrown away every Friday evening, so date your food!

Welcome to RobCo![edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457761

To: All REPCONN Staff
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Greetings fellow REPCONN employees!

I am happy to announce that we have finalized our deal with RobCo. Starting tomorrow we will be an official RobCo facility. Most of you won't notice anything different, aside from an increase in benefits.

Thank you all for your time, and welcome again to the RobCo family.

Steve

Employee Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This terminal is located in the second floor cubical room, next tot he Sever Room. It is located on the southern cubical cornered desk.

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Public Server Access

Public Kitchen[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458342

To: ALL REPCONN Employees
From: Emily Neimeyer, Facilities Manager

Hello Everyone!

Please remember that the kitchen is a privilege and not a right. Please clean up after yourselves, and remember that a clean kitchen is a happy kitchen.

Thanks,
Emily

PS - Please also remember that any food left in the icebox without a date will be thrown away every Friday evening, so date your food!

Welcome to RobCo![edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457761

To: All REPCONN Staff
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Greetings fellow REPCONN employees!

I am happy to announce that we have finalized our deal with RobCo. Starting tomorrow we will be an official RobCo facility. Most of you won't notice anything different, aside from an increase in benefits.

Thank you all for your time, and welcome again to the RobCo family.

Steve

AG%(V$*[edit | edit source]

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Note: Because of a mix up during assigning entries, the note that displays for this entry is not the intended entry for it.

Intended entry: REPCONHackNote[edit | edit source]

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RobCo. Inter-office Correspondence #AG%(V$*

Emily,

I've encrypted this message from the systems as best I can. You have access to some of Mr. Isley's personal messages. Hopefully you find some ammo to use against that bastard Reynolds.

Sanjeev

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> DECODING!

Note erroneously assigned to the terminal[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457892

To: RobCo HQ Supply Department
From: Bill Martin, REPCONN Custodian

Dear RobCo Supply:

First off let me say that everyone here is really excited about the merger. It's super to be part of a company as exciting as RobCo!

Have we got some kinks in the supply chain? Yesterday a bunch of crates got delivered here containing two gross of devices called "StealthBoys." Is it okay if I ask what these things are? Do they really make you invisible? That sounds wild. What will RobCo think of next?

Let me know if the shipment came here by mistake. No problem if it didn't - I bet you can have a lot of fun with these things!

Thanks,

Bill Martin

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> DECODING!

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Private Server Access[edit | edit source]

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Private Server Access
Piers Isley

RobCo Visit[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457304

To: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager
From: Piers Isley, General Manager

Steve,

Please make sure your people are ready for the RobCo visit. We are down to negotiating on what the project is worth, so the better that experiment goes tomorrow, the better for all of us.

Re: RobCo Visit[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457321

To: Piers Isley, General Manager
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Sir,

I have my team looking into what happened yesterday. I was assured by my best people that the experiment would go off without a hitch. We are starting cleanup of the affected area today, but I'm told it may take decades for the radiation to clear completely.

Re: RobCo Visit[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457325

To: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager
From: Piers Isley, General Manager

Just make sure that someone is punished for this. This has significantly reduced our position with RobCo. I want them to know that we can keep our house in order.

Employee Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This terminal is located in the central cubical room. It is located on the southernthern cornered desk.

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Public Server Access

Public Kitchen[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458342

To: ALL REPCONN Employees
From: Emily Neimeyer, Facilities Manager

Hello Everyone!

Please remember that the kitchen is a privilege and not a right. Please clean up after yourselves, and remember that a clean kitchen is a happy kitchen.

Thanks,
Emily

PS - Please also remember that any food left in the icebox without a date will be thrown away every Friday evening, so date your food!

Welcome to RobCo![edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457761

To: All REPCONN Staff
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Greetings fellow REPCONN employees!

I am happy to announce that we have finalized our deal with RobCo. Starting tomorrow we will be an official RobCo facility. Most of you won't notice anything different, aside from an increase in benefits.

Thank you all for your time, and welcome again to the RobCo family.

Steve

Cake[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458497

To: Stacy Johnson, Junior Engineer
From: Gordon Pesce, Senior Engineer

Stacy,

Are you kidding me? We've been planning Martin's party for MONTHS now, and you forgot to order the cake? There is no way we are going to find someplace to deliver one out here on this kind of notice. Go to the break room, and find something for everyone to eat at the party.

Gordon

REPCONN Administrator Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This terminal is located the desk in the Executive Office.

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SoftLock Solutions, Inc
"Your Security is Our Security"
>\ Welcome, USER

Storage Room Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: Accessing this entry adds "Storage room safe" to the Courier's PIP-Boy 3000.

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457763

To: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager
From: Bill Levy, Janitor

Hi Steve,

We've finished converting that old generator room into storage, as you requested. If you need to get access to the safe the password is: R3PC0N.

Thanks,
Bill

Re: Retirement[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458401

To: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager
From: Martin Neimeyer, Senior Engineer

Hello "Stevie",

Well, I can't say that I'm surprised. You were a devious worm when we started here all those years ago. I guess someone has to take the blame, and it may as well be your "old friend." That waste spill never would have happened if you didn't push the team so hard, or if you paid for actual competent personnel.

I'll be happy to take my retirement package. Good riddance to you and this forsaken place.

Martin

Employee Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This terminal is located on the cornered desk in the Top Office.

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Public Server Access

Public Kitchen[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458342

To: ALL REPCONN Employees
From: Emily Neimeyer, Facilities Manager

Hello Everyone!

Please remember that the kitchen is a privilege and not a right. Please clean up after yourselves, and remember that a clean kitchen is a happy kitchen.

Thanks,
Emily

PS - Please also remember that any food left in the icebox without a date will be thrown away every Friday evening, so date your food!

Welcome to RobCo![edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457761

To: ALL REPCONN Staff
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Greetings fellow REPCONN employees!

I am happy to announce that we have finalized our deal with RobCo. Starting tomorrow we will be an official RobCo facility. Most of you won't notice anything different, aside from an increase in benefits.

Thank you all for your time, and welcome again to the RobCo family.

Steve

Visitor Policy[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457521

To: ALL REPCONN Employees
From:Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Hello Everyone,

Please remember that this is a private, secure facility. Family members are not allowed past reception, under any circumstances. If you see any tourists near the facility, please direct them to the Headquarters building and if you see any unauthorized personnel inside the building contact security immediately.

Remember only you can prevent corporate espionage.

Steve

Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This terminal is located on the table in Harland's Shipping Warehouse Room.

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RE: Shipment Mistake?[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457892

To: RobCo HQ Supply Department
From: Bill Martin, REPCONN Custodian

Dear RobCo Supply:

First off let me say that everyone here is really excited about the merger. It's super to be part of a company as exciting as RobCo!

Have we got some kinks in the supply chain? Yesterday a bunch of crates got delivered here containing two gross of devices called "StealthBoys." Is it okay if I ask what these things are? Do they really make you invisible? That sounds wild. What will RobCo think of next?

Let me know if the shipment came here by mistake. No problem if it didn't - I bet you can have a lot of fun with these things!

Thanks,

Bill Martin

RE: Workplace Misbehavior[edit | edit source]

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To: All REPCONN Staff
From: Daniel Knevett, Human Resources Manager

In light of yesterday's upsetting events, all employees are hereby directed to give a thorough reading to REPCONN's sexual harassment and workplace behavior policies.

Also, while it is not explicitly stated in the Employee Handbook, unauthorized use of military hardware against fellow employees is grounds for immediate termination.

Sincerely,

Daniel Knevett
HR Manager, REPCONN / RobCo

RE: Shipment Sent Back[edit | edit source]

Note: Accessing this entry adds Stealthboy shipment update to the Courier's PIP-Boy 3000.

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3486209

To: RobCo HQ Supply Department
From: Sanjeev Rajan, REPCONN Custodian

Hi RobCo Supply:

We are sending back two (2) crates of devices labeled "StealthBoys" back to you. According to the manifest, each crate contained one gross (144) of the devices. As a result of employee misbehavior (not mine!), one crate was opened and is missing five (5) StealthBoys. Sorry about that.

Sincerely,

Sanjeev Rajan, Custodian

Employee Terminal[edit | edit source]

Note: This terminal is located in the counter in the Laboratory of the Research Labs.

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Public Server Access

Public Kitchen[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458342

To: ALL REPCONN Employees
From: Emily Neimeyer, Facilities Manager

Hello Everyone!

Please remember that the kitchen is a privilege and not a right. Please clean up after yourselves, and remember that a clean kitchen is a happy kitchen.

Thanks,
Emily

PS - Please also remember that any food left in the icebox without a date will be thrown away every Friday evening, so date your food!

Welcome to RobCo![edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3457761

To: ALL REPCONN Staff
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Greetings fellow REPCONN employees!

I am happy to announce that we have finalized our deal with RobCo. Starting tomorrow we will be an official RobCo facility. Most of you won't notice anything different, aside from an increase in benefits.

Thank you all for your time, and welcome again to the RobCo family.

Steve

Retirement[edit | edit source]

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REPCONN Inter-office Correspondence #3458397

To: Martin Neimeyer, Senior Engineer
From: Steve Reynolds, Launch Facility Project Manager

Hello Martin,

First, let me thank you for all of your years of dedicated service with me and the rest of our REPCONN family. Without all of your hard work we would not have achieved a fraction of the success that we enjoy today.

That being said, the face of REPCONN is getting younger, and according to my records, you have been fully vested in your pension for a little more than two years. Given the recent incident, I think that this is an excellent time for you to retire gracefully.

Your Friend,
Stevie