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In windows, connect it and use the "getmac" command under a command prompt .
If on OSx, Open System Preferences from the Apple menu
Click on "Network"
Select your currently active network connection from the left menu (Wi-Fi, Ethernet, etc) and then click on "Advanced" in the lower right corner
Look at the bottom of the window for "Wi-Fi Address", the hexadecimal characters next to this are the machines MAC address
Try booting your computer in sfae mode and check if you are able to use it there. If not then probably the key board is faulty. You can confirm it by connecting it to another system. If you are able to use it in safe mode then re-install the drivers.
Yes and no. The good thing is this will work the bad thing is the possible droping of the driver connection which rarely happens, but it is a possibility. Also if the cables use mechanical switching there are galvanic issues that may occur (and opto-isolated switch is better). However this will work. This the basic functionality of the KVM switch.