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What is the registry key to automatically turn on Num lock in windows 2000?
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Why not just go into the bios on the computer and do it? Almost all newer computers have this feature called numlock at boot....
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Well, I want to broadcast this out over 800 machines in 7 states. I can't broadcast the bios change.
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Sorry, above link was not for windows 2000. Here is the correct URL:
http://is-it-true.org/nt/utips/utips42.shtml
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