If you are using Internet Explorer, the keyboard will be enabled by default. This is because the browser allows focus to be set to elements without TabIndex or AccessKey set. Unfortunately we don't have control over this browser quirk.
In any other browser if you don't set TabIndex or AccessKey, the keyboard support will be disabled.
About your second question - unfortunately, the bug won't be fixed in 2016.3.927.
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