Basically the question was "is there anything about the type of work you applied for that you do not like?". For more context, I applied for a tech support position. The interviewer had asked me to talk about my previous related experience. After I finished giving a synopsis she asked "if there is any part of this that you don't like?". I tried giving an answer as I would to "tell me about your weaknesses" but this didn't really fit. How should I answer a question similar to "based on what you envision this job to be, is there a part you don't think you like?".
In an interview you should answer all questions honestly and constructively.
For a question like this, a good approach would be to pick out something that you don't like, and explain how you'd deal with your dislike in a professional way.
I find it quite frustrating dealing with network issues. I love the software side of things, but for some reason the physical network stuff just doesn't click with me. I've found it helps to build up a document of common issues I come across, and I do quite a lot of reading in my own time to try and address this.
Those are the kind of questions I try and avoid asking in an interview. Tends to only produce a meaningless/humblebrag type answer 'Oh I think going home will be the worst part of each day!' or ends up with a nervous, but otherwise good candidate talking themselves out of the job.
As they do come up though, I think the best approach is to try and identify something that you know truthfully you don't like (I think I said writing documentation last time I had something similar), but make it clear you are professional enough to recognise it's part of the job and you won't put in any less effort.