I reported a problem with Webroot blocking the use of the numeric keypad in an IE application. I was given a registry add command that I could download from the admin console. I was also told that the Identify Shield was securing the keypad. The add registry command resolved the problem and the keypad as available for usage.
If this is the case, I would like to see an option added to the Identify Shield policy options to allow or block the numeric keypad. I don't want to have to remember to download an add registry entry when SecureAnywhere is installed on a workstation since this entry is only needed for SecureAnywhere.