If you program with DSELite and download a configuration to the AC10 you should not then program through the keypad. Downloading a configuration from DSELite loads additional function blocks under-the-hood into the drive. They are not accessible via the keypad. They affect various functionalities that may not work properly if you start to change parameters, without also changing those function blocks in tandem (which is done in DSELite). Stick to one or the other.
You can still use DSELite if you load a v2.xx 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 load the configuration.
For a guide on how to connect to the drive with DSELite see this FAQ: https://community.parker.com/technologies/electromechanical-group/w/electromechanical-knowledge-base/2007/communicating-to-an-ac10-via-dse-lite