TeamViewer remote software from a Mac to a Mac using VWware to run Windows Vista

Posted on 2009-04-25
Last Modified: 2013-11-30
Ok, here's my set up:
I am on a iMac with TeamViewer remote software installed at home.
I am connected to my MacPro machine at work  with TeamViewer installed.
The MacPro has VMware installed and running Vista.
Everything works fine, except I cannot type any numbers (such as 1,2,3, etc).
When some number keys are pressed, they act as either a backspace or spacebar key.
I've tried various key combinations but no luck.
Question by:klingon4u
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    your numlock setting is wrong.. try to turn it off and on then try what character will appear as you type

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