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My Tarsus Keypad works fine on my on local laptop(Lenovo Thinkpad, Windows 7) However, when I use VPN and Remote Desktop to get to my desktop computer at work(Windows XP) the keypad only does the lower case functions(down and up arrow etc.) not the numbers) The numbers only work when I hold the button down and then it displays the numbers multiple times. Do you know what might be the problem ?

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Not to be smart, but the same thing was happening to me and I realized the Num Lock needs to be activated on the keypad AND on your laptop. I did not have it activated on my laptop and I was realizing the same problems.

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