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Re: VSE 8.8 messes up USB keyboards?

Thanks although that indicated that they were able to login okay, it was only on a manual "login" by right-clicking the client.  Plus it was Windows 2000, VSE 8.0 and Novell Client 4.91 SP1

We never had that issue on Win2K with VSE 8.0 to be honest, although not sure if we were using 4.91 SP1 or SP5.  Yes, been using NMAS/NICI for like 8 years.

Anyway, we're talking about VSE 8.7/8.8 on XP.

Ran into another customer with XP, VSE 8.8 and Novell Client without any problem.

So now I'm wondering if it's a conflict with a diff. network component like possibly the Cisco Security Agent or something other that's unique to our environment.

So far we've NOT noticed the problem on Windows 7.

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Re: VSE 8.8 messes up USB keyboards?

Interesting we use Cisco Security Agent, when I had the problem I did try disabling the service. I am getting rid of CSA so be interested to know if uninstalling CSA on one of your problem PC's helps?

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