Needed to discuss previous experience as it applied to opportunity. Had to update my resume after meeting with one person because she 'didn't get it.' I was grateful to have the opportunity to revise my resume.
Yes, you don't say, "I told you this time frame was too tight at the beginning". The milk is already spilled, you are all in it together, so no use blaming anyone. 1st Step: think, how long will it take (no really). Think it through to the end for pending items (incomplete because you are missing something) 2nd Step: Once you have it planned out contact your PM, or the project owner in person if possible, and deliver the news informally, and let them know you want to send out an email to let people know, and how *they* want *you* to handle that. The partners them to you, and ultimately you have to just let everyone know on the team the new timeline, and what the consequences are to them. It's been my experience, no matter how immovable a deadline is, they do move when it is physically impossible.
Interview was very broad. Lots of technical questions especially how to troubleshoot various issues. AD questions, TCP/IP port questions, situation oriented questions as well. There really is no one question that stood out, but they were very thorough in their technical aptitude portion of the interview.