Logon script doesn't run when Sonicwall Global VPN client runs

I have the Execute logon script checked
attache dis the log
Releasing IP address for the virtual interface (00-60-73-60-73-91).
2010/03/24 12:37:54:859	Information	167.88.232.34	Sending phase 2 delete for 10.0.1.0/255.255.255.0.
2010/03/24 12:37:54:922	Information	167.88.232.34	Sending phase 1 delete.
2010/03/24 12:37:54:938	Information	<local host>	The connection "CUSTOMER" has been disabled.
2010/03/24 12:38:05:703	Information	<local host>	The connection "CUSTOMER" has been enabled.
2010/03/24 12:38:06:516	Information	167.88.232.34	Starting ISAKMP phase 1 negotiation.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:266	Information	167.88.232.34	Starting aggressive mode phase 1 exchange.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:266	Information	167.88.232.34	The SA lifetime for phase 1 is 28800 seconds.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:266	Information	167.88.232.34	Phase 1 has completed.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:578	Information	167.88.232.34	Received XAuth request.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:578	Information	167.88.232.34	XAuth has requested a username but one has not yet been specified.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:578	Information	167.88.232.34	Sending phase 1 delete.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:578	Information	167.88.232.34	User authentication information is needed to complete the connection.
2010/03/24 12:38:07:609	Information	<local host>	An incoming ISAKMP packet from 167.88.232.34 was ignored.
2010/03/24 12:38:15:688	Information	167.88.232.34	Starting ISAKMP phase 1 negotiation.
2010/03/24 12:38:16:969	Information	167.88.232.34	Starting aggressive mode phase 1 exchange.
2010/03/24 12:38:16:969	Information	167.88.232.34	The SA lifetime for phase 1 is 28800 seconds.
2010/03/24 12:38:16:969	Information	167.88.232.34	Phase 1 has completed.
2010/03/24 12:38:17:625	Information	167.88.232.34	Received XAuth request.
2010/03/24 12:38:17:625	Information	167.88.232.34	Sending XAuth reply.
2010/03/24 12:38:17:922	Information	167.88.232.34	Received XAuth status.
2010/03/24 12:38:17:922	Information	167.88.232.34	Sending XAuth acknowledgement.
2010/03/24 12:38:17:922	Information	167.88.232.34	User authentication has succeeded.
2010/03/24 12:38:18:391	Information	167.88.232.34	Received request for policy version.
2010/03/24 12:38:18:391	Information	167.88.232.34	Sending policy version reply.
2010/03/24 12:38:18:641	Information	167.88.232.34	Received policy change is not required.
2010/03/24 12:38:18:641	Information	167.88.232.34	Sending policy acknowledgement.
2010/03/24 12:38:18:641	Information	167.88.232.34	The configuration for the connection is up to date.
2010/03/24 12:38:18:656	Information	167.88.232.34	Starting ISAKMP phase 2 negotiation with 10.0.1.0/255.255.255.0:BOOTPC:BOOTPS:UDP.
2010/03/24 12:38:18:656	Information	167.88.232.34	Starting quick mode phase 2 exchange.
2010/03/24 12:38:19:188	Information	167.88.232.34	The SA lifetime for phase 2 is 28800 seconds.
2010/03/24 12:38:19:188	Information	167.88.232.34	Phase 2 with 10.0.1.0/255.255.255.0:BOOTPC:BOOTPS:UDP has completed.
2010/03/24 12:38:19:188	Information	<local host>	Renewing IP address for the virtual interface (00-60-73-60-73-91).
2010/03/24 12:38:24:328	Information	<local host>	The IP address for the virtual interface has changed to 10.0.1.110.
2010/03/24 12:38:24:328	Information	<local host>	The system ARP cache has been flushed.
2010/03/24 12:38:24:344	Information	167.88.232.34	NetWkstaUserGetInfo returned: user: aflores, logon domain: CLIENT DOMAIN, logon server: SVR-SBS03-DC01
2010/03/24 12:38:28:281	Information	167.88.232.34	NetGetDCName returned: logon server: \\SVR-SBS03-DC01
2010/03/24 12:38:28:281	Information	167.88.232.34	calling NetUserGetInfo: Server: \, User: username, level

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Erik BjersPrincipal Systems AdministratorCommented:
Please post more details.
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piotrmikula108Author Commented:
Hello ebjers.

It's an XP laptop, the script asks for user name and password, I'm able to add the mapped drives over VPN with IP name but not DNS
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piotrmikula108Author Commented:
I just ended up using local batch script

thanks anyway!
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