Infrared (IR) SupportTo support infrared (IR), both CABs contain modified versions of Windows / SigmaTel drivers:. circlass.inf, circlass.sys: Microsoft Consumer IR Devices (CIR Class enumerator driver). netirda.inf: Microsoft IrDA transport. irstusb.inf, irstusb.sys: SigmaTel NDIS 5.0 USB Infra-Red DriverBluetooth Headsets Updated May 20, 2009Due to the fact that both Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008 don’t support Bluetooth headset profile, if you want to use a Bluetooth headset with your adapter, you’ll need to add the headset profile to the default Microsoft stack. Visit my to know more about installing and enabling Bluetooth headset profile in Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008.
Install and Enable Bluetooth on MacBook Pro Operating Windows Server 2008The CAB files are for normal Windows users running an IBM-PC-compatible machine, however some came to their senses and produced Macs that are not Macs anymore. The CABs could gladly help these users too:. Install Boot Camp drivers. The driver will be installed, but it won’t be associated with the appropriate hardware. Open Device Manager, right click the Bluetooth USB Host Controller, and click Update Driver Software menu item.
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Choose Browse my computer for driver software and then Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Choose Bluetooth Radios, then click Next. Uncheck Show compatible hardware, in the left select Apple Inc. And in the right Apple Built-in Bluetooth, then click Next. Answer Yes to the popped Update Driver Warning dialog. Wait for the driver to install and display Windows has successfully updated your driver software, and then click Close.
Cancel all of the Found New Hardware dialogs. The Bluetooth icon will show up in the notification area.
Apple Built-in Bluetooth is now listed under Bluetooth Radios, three Unknown devices under Other devices. Download and extract CAB file in a specific folder, e.g. I found a post on another website that stated the SMK Nano Dongle Bluetooth 4.0 LE +EDR available from Amazon worked just fine on a 2012 R2 server. So I gave it a try and it worked. I was able to pair an Apple Magic Mouse and Apple wireless keyboard to my Win 2012R2 server with no issues.
I did need to reboot in order to see the Bluetooth icon in the lower left tray. All I had to do was right click on the Bluetooth icon and select add a device from the context menu and select keyboard/mouse.
When you pair the keyboard, be sure to hit the Enter key on the Apple keyboard after you have entered the pairing key.Sorry, the above 2 tips worked for Windows 7 but not for Win Server 2012 2k. For Windows Server 2012 R2 the best I can do to get Ctl + Alt + Del to work is to click on the accessibility icon in the low right of the Legacy Desktop and select the on screen key board From there I can get the logon screen and enter my password with my Apple Key board. Download neoragex. Still, I do like using the Apple Keyboard and Magic Mouse.