Cisco VPN mapped drives issues

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Hello all, I have a weird issue with my company's VPN. we are using cisco vpn via ASA firewall. When people login into VPN and want to browse our main shared drive, some of then get not a full list of folders. This issue seems to be with more or less the same group of people, but I am not convinced that others are not reporting it to me. Maybe anyone has done more thorough research on this and managed to fix this, as it seems that there is nothing on the web about this issue.
ASKED: January 25, 2011  2:14 PM
UPDATED: March 1, 2011  10:31 PM

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we have seen this from time to time and our work around is a copy of logon script executed after the user connects remaps all drives.

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  • Mariulia
    Hi Spadasoe, Thanks for the answer. Is it the vpn client that is doing the mapping?
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  • saturno
    Hi, It can be many things.... As suggested, a logon script that "called" when loading from a VPN client; It could be also an access rule on a switch or router that prevents connectivity to/from VPN subnet. I am assuming that your VPN subnet is on another scope way form your local LAN. (it should be) My advice is that you should try yourself with your accont and those suspected account's. See for yourself the error (if any) when logging on via VPN client. After that try to access the share you are talking about. This will bring the answer to you. Please post back if you nedd any further advice
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  • Sixball
    another quick way to see if the script will work in the first place is to manually reconnect to a netwrok drive, just to see if it is reachable over the VPN. If so, then script away...
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