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Generally the Scroll lock button is used to control your KVM switch from the keyboard. Press the Scroll Lock button twice and see if it switches to the next channel. After you switch to the other PC or device and you want to stay on that channel then press ESC key. The key combinations above can vary depending on your KVM device model.
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Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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