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What keystokes are required on an APEX 09N4290 to switch between PC's?

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  • sparklipper Jan 12, 2008

    I found it (trial and error). Print Scrn brings up menu; up or down arrows to select.

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Partly wrong.
These switches (09N4290 and 09N4291) are from the Avocent Outlook ES series (same as Compaq EO1004x series) and use PrtScrn for their OSD (called OSCAR).

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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APEX switches are manufacturer by Avocent and rebranded by Dell, HP/Compaq, IBM, etc.

The keystrokes should be CTRL-CTRL (Hit control 2 times). Some Avocent switches also use ALT-ALT or SCROLL-SCROLL.

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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