Bill what did you add to the discussion with your reply to me?
I think you're being defensive (I have never seen so many replies by a writer before!). Your reply to me added nothing, and simply repeats what you published. So, I will say pretty much the same I said before: you're wrong. This new hire person and supervisor should not be doing this task any more than IT should be changing toner cartridges. It's not cost effective for an enterprise. There are too many wires to do all at once. At risk of forcing you to add something new to the discussion, how do you propose to get the hardware from the technician's locked closet to the new hire's desk? Does the mailroom have to move it? does it sit unlocked, unplugged, on the new hire's desk until they get done with HR? What if it turns up missing?
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