troubleshooting Question

Losing mapped drives:" the local device name is already in use" Sonicwall Global VPN Client

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While using Sonicwall Global VPN Client to connect my laptop to the office (SBS 2007), I frequently lose access to my mapped drives and get the "the local device name is already in use" message, even though the Sonicwall Client shows "connected".  I can get them back by disable/enable, but that is time-consuming and frustrating.  Drives are mapped by a login script when we log in to the domain.  Sonicwall client is configured to run login script upon connecting.

Also, Outlook loses it's connection to the Exchange server.

I have the lasted NIC drivers, my laptop is a Dell.  I suspect the Dell ControlPoint Connection Manager, but just because it's so inscruatable to me.
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