Problem: We have about a dozen new dell computers with a media card readers running on a Novell network. C, D, E, G, H, I and J are taken up by windows. E-J is the card reader and since we are running Novell, F is the first mapped network drive. These users are using a variety of flash drives (they travel to do presentations frequently). With Lexar drives (that worked fine on their previous computer) the drives will always default to mapping to F. You can change the mapping in disk management but after using the drive on their laptops and returning to their desktops, the drive letter defaults back to F. These users are not technically savy enough to change the drive mappings themselves (I have nightmares about them remapping their C drives). The funny thing is, Sony drives will map by themselves to L. As a concerned customer I called Lexar (mainly because we have dozens of these drives) and explained my problem to them. The tech I talked to ended up just telling me to buy Sony drives since they seem to work. I realized he was an ***** and hung up and hit up google again and found and article from novell www . novell . com /coolsolutions /tip /14875 . html (take out the spaces since I do not have enough posts to post a link). This has good some interesting ideas, such as a script that over rides the windows mapping of F and allows you to remap the windows mapping automatically, to dumb ideas like changing all of your netware mappings. Surely some one has a better idea? It seems to me that something on the Lexar drive is making it pick F since Sony is picking L. Any ideas?