We are remotely accessing our network through the Sonic Wall with the Sonic Wall VPN client (version 4.7.3). Our problem is that sometimes everything works great. Our mapped drives are functional and we can access or remote into our devices with internal ip addressing. Then, more often than not, our mapped drives do not work. We get the message
An error occurred while reconnecting x: to
Microsoft Windows Network: The network path was not found
This connection has not been restored.
We are at a loss. We are in the process of migrating our Active Directory/DHCP/DNS from a 2003 server to a 2008 r2 server, however, we have not authorized the new server yet.
I am hoping someone can point me in a good direction for some answers.
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