A user running Windows 10 Professional 64-bit on her computer has a problem where the SonicWALL Net Extender software will stop working after it has been running on her computer for a couple days.
This happens even after we have completely exited out of the SonicWALL program and have made sure that all aspects of it are no longer running.
She will launch the Dell Sonic WALL Net Extender program and the program won't establish a VPN connection to the SonicWALL router in her office until her Windows 10 computer is rebooted.
Once the Windows 10 computer has been rebooted then the SonicWALL program will then be able to once again connect to the SonicWALL router in the client's office using a VPN connection.
We have tried changing the SonicWALL program settings so it will run in Windows 8 or Windows 7 mode within Windows 10 and this won't fix this issue.
Additionally we have uninstalled this Dell Sonic WALL software and have reinstalled it many times but the same issue continues to occur.
What else can be done to fix this issue so that the Dell SonicWALL VPN software will be able to run and establish VPN connections without having to constantly reboot the Windows 10 OS?
The Net Extender Windows client version information is listed below: