During the course of the lifetime of a Windows Installation, you're bound to stack up on one or more devices that no longer exist. Additionally, some device (existing or not) with an attitude, could very well make your life a living hell.
Luckily, there's a solution, with this cool software:
Below are a few links to allow mailbox sharing and delegation:
Running OpenVPN on Vista, works, but requires some workarounds.
Current list of issues:
Read further for the solutions...
This problem always occurs on a Vista. What happens is that while the connection does get established, the routes are not being added properly, because of an API change in Vista.
To circumvent the issue, add this line to your OpenVPN config file:
This way, the route addition is called directly using the commandline utility.
It's a bit of an old post, but ran into this problem more than once.
If you get the message:
A hot-fix can be downloaded at: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/935448.
You can easily trigger SCSI UNMAP in Windows via PowerShell:
Optimize-Volume -DriveLetter C -ReTrim -Verbose