Re: A question on All-In-One PC's.
I hate it when boss's try to argue. It's like they hire you for an expert opinion and service on their IT/Technical equipment. When you say no it can't happen, they just need to take your word. It's a huge waste of time trying to please someone who doesn't understand. If you say it can't, that should really be it. I've lost a job because they didn't like the real life (non-avoidable) answers I gave them. They think because you are IT, that you must know EVERYTHING, and they always assume that you can fix it in a short amount of time because that's the way they want it.
I don't know your boss so I really don't know if this is applicable but just to warn you, you will never get ahead at a place that doesn't trust your decisions. You'll always hate your job if your boss tries to blame you for things that aren't in your control.
If that is applicable to you, apply to a different place because this guy will never get a good IT rep. if he just ends up arguing.
Please tell me how it went.
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600K @ 3.4 GHz | Cooling: Just Fans | Motherboard: BioStar Tz68K+ | RAM: Cosair Vengeance16GB (4X4GB) DDR3 @ 1600MHz | Graphics: Nvidia Geforce 560 TI | HDD: 1 TB Western Digital (want SSD for OS) | Sound: On-Board sound | PSU: CORSAIR HX Series HX850 850W | Case: Cooler Master CM Storm Scout SGC-2100-KWN3 | OS's: Window 7 Professional x64, Kali Linux 1.0.9 | Display: Dell 24-inch HD, Samsung 24-inch HD