If you get "411 full power w/o motion" on all three axes (i.e. on any axis you try to move) then you need to look at the servo drive. Either your are not putting DC bus power into the servo drive, or something is preventing the servo drive from sending power out to any motors.
Are there any LEDs lit on the servo drive? If none at all, then check incoming logic power (in and out of the ATX-style power supply behind the drive).
If some LEDs are on, is the green USV light on? Does it switch off and on as you press and release Emergency Stop? Does your E-stop contactor click as you do so? If not, then something in your E-stop circuit is holding the contactor open.
If the drive has logic power and the USV light is on, but you still have no motion on any axis, then the problem is likely with the drive itself and you need to call Ajax.
Regarding the function keys: until you set machine home, you should only have F1/Setup, F3/MDI, and F7/Utility. It is likely that you have not set machine home, since you can't move the axes.