Here is a scenario Jcb Painting comes upon these days when contracted to paint a home office. Before we can begin painting the space we first have to move furniture. Then there is the input and output peripherals attached to the computers and other electronics.
This can be a delicate procedure. In order to paint the area most of the connections have to be disconnected and then reconnected after the painting is finished. Jcb Painting has a lot of experience doing this.
First we take closeup pictures of all the inputs and outputs before disconnecting for reference, so when we reconnect all peripherals, everything works as it did before we got there.
On this paint job we have 2 computers, 2 monitors, 1 printer, TV, speakers, sound bar, woofer, cables, extension cords, router, and many wires to be moved.
As we start to disconnect we clean all dust off of wires and cables, then move everything out of the way to paint. Then vacuum and prep the area to be painted.
After the painting is done, we reconnect all electronics.
No need for the geek squad here.