Not sure my question has been asked (I try and read through before asking) this keyboard is primarily going to be a work keyboard. As many of you are probably LAN admins or some other techy trained individual—users typically don’t have admin rights on their work pc’s. I’d get away with plugging it in but likely be unable to make use of the programming the keys and colours AND I’m fine with that. As long as it works. Will it just plug in and work on a machine that I have no admin rights on ?

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Poromancer
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May 23, 2021
It should work like any other keyboard. Unless your work machine has a rule of not accepting any new devices to be plugged in. Maybe try plugging in a keyboard that hasn't been recognized and see if that works.
YtseBitsySpider
3
May 23, 2021
No. New stuff is accepted. I think the proof is if you plug an iPhone into a work pc it asks you to “allow or don’t allow” and let’s you take photo’s off the phone. It’s just excecutables. I wouldn’t be able to access any firmware/software
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Poromancer
64
May 23, 2021
Then you should be good then it's plug and play no firmware/software to use the keyboard, at on my experience with Drop's keyboard
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