Windows Update Causing Issues with Controls on Some AATDs

An issue has been reported regarding the inability to start a flight through the Pause Button and/or use acrylic panel buttons on our AATD products after applying Windows Updates.

An issue has been reported regarding the inability to start a flight through the Pause Button and/or use acrylic panel buttons on some of our AATD products after applying Windows Updates.
Update: We have released a software update through Navigator for Windows 10 systems to resolve this behavior. From the Sim Management page in Navigator, select Updates, then apply the following software updates:
 - Navigator Desktop v1.3.0+ 
 - Redbird Navigator v3.5.4+
There is also a work-around if the software update cannot be applied: Prior to starting a flight, have a keyboard plugged into the pilot key port. Once you launch a flight, take the trackpad and click your cursor on the screen directly in front of the pilot and that will force the flight sim engine to have focus and your pause button and acrylic panel should work.
Contact Redbird Support for assistance, or if the above does not resolve your issue.
 

We don't believe this is affecting our desktop customers but please follow the instructions above if you are having a similar issue.