When connecting a mouse & keyboard using a VirtualHere (VH) server, with a MacOS client, the MacBook doesn't appear to recognize VH connected keyboards the same way as-if they were physically attached.
1) In "System Preferences", under "Keyboard". Physically plugging a USB keyboard into a client results in the "Change Keyboard Type" button appearing, wheres a VH-connected keyboard does not activate this option.
2) When using a VH-connected keyboard, any attempts to change the modifier keys results in also changing the laptop's built-in keyboard modifier keys. While modifier key changes to an external keyboard physically plugged into the client will only change that external keyboard's behavior.
This is problematic largely because many external keyboards need the windows and alt keys swapped, in order to facilitate a keystroke pattern which matches the Mac's built-in keyboard; most keyboards place "Alt" directly alongside the space bar (with the "Windows Key" being one more key away), while an Apple-branded keyboard has "Command" directly alongside the space bar (with "Alt" being one more key away).
Is there any way to either swap these keys using VirtualHere's device quirks function, and/or to ensure that the Mac recognizes a VH-connected keyboard sufficiently enough to assign keyboard-specific modifiers?