What worked was using PS2 to USB adapters that were a SINGLE ps2 port to USB. I had to use 2 of these on the server, one for the keyboard, and one for the mouse. I used some older ones that I had lying around that originally came from Radio Shack. These worked both in BIOS and in booted Windows 2008R2 with my KVM. Make sure you use active ones. There are passive USB-to-PS2 adapters out there that have no circuitry in them - they are designed for certain Microsoft keyboards that had a chip in them that would select the keyboard for either USB or PS2 depending if an adapter was used or not. Those won't work.
If you enjoy more flavor in your turkey, try injecting it with your favorite marinade. Rubs, brines and sauces deliver flavor to the surface of the turkey, but injecting flavor inside guarantees juiciness throughout the meat. Fill the needle injector with your favorite marinade (If you are using a needle injector you may have to use a coffee or spice grinder to make sure all dry herbs are small enough to fit through the needle) and insert it into the breasts and thighs of the turkey (see the diagram above). Each thigh and each side of the breast should be injected with .5 ounces of marinade for every 5 lbs. of turkey.