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    Cool Changing Language via GPO

    Now I get asked to do all sorts of magic with the system and normally I have time to look things up in detail and make sure they work the way I want them to... but not at the moment...

    We've just had two non-English speaking students start and I can see in the not so distant future that I'm going to be asked to make their login change to their native language so that they can read things easier... Is that something that I can apply with a GPO?

    I've done changing resolution before, only to have the student transferred to another school by the time I'd finished making it work for them...

    Thanks in advanced folks...

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    You SHOULD be able to set it here:

    User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Regional and Language Options

    However, you'll need to make sure that the PCs they'll be using have the correct MUI pack installed to them, or you'll get a headache!

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