If you program with DSELite and download a configuration to the AC10 it is not advised to then program through the keypad; unless you are willing to factory default the drive beforehand. Downloading a configuration to the drive from DSELite loads additional function blocks under-the-hood. They are not accessible via the keypad.
They affect functionalities that may not work properly if you start to change other parameters via the keypad, without also changing those keypad inaccessible function blocks in tandem that your parameters may be connected to (which is only done via DSELite). Simple applications may not see this issue. However, this is not an uncommon issue.
You can still use DSELite if you open a v2.x+ configuration and go online with the drive to monitor the parameters if you need to. You may even change some parameters while online with the drive; but do not then load the configuration and subsequently program at the keypad.
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