I'm not an IT guy, just a frustrated Outside Sales Rep. I recently BYOD a Surface Pro for work. A HUGE improvement over the 15" 6# monster I had before. The company that handles our AS/400 iSeries Access had issues installing it on my Surface Pro. They rolled back the graphics driver to Intel HD3000, which broke all of the other apps on the device. MS Tech Support blew the Surface Pro install away and I had to start from scratch, at which point our support company took several weeks to get back to me only to say the AS/400 software wasn't compatible with the Surface Pro.
I'm looking for a 2nd opinion. Did they screw up the install, or is it truly not possible to install it on a machine using the Intel HD4000 graphics?
Software/Hardware used: iSeries AS/400 Surface Pro
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