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    Region and Language default changed from UK to US ?

    One of our Windows 7 PC's recenly imaged (and none of any of our others imaged have done this) now gives users the English (United States) as the default keyboard layout.

    I know there is nothing wrong with the image as it's fine on over a hundred deployed installs, but something has affected this one PC.

    Is there any easy way to fix this to save me having to re-image and re-install all the apps back on it?

    Cheers

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    Going to try this:

    <gs:GlobalizationServices xmlns:gs="urn:longhornGlobalizationUnattend">

    <!--User List-->
    <gs:UserList>
    <gs:User UserID="Current" CopySettingsToSystemAcct="true" />
    </gs:UserList>

    <!—Display Language-->
    <gs:MUILanguagePreferences>
    <gs:MUILanguage Value="en-UK" />
    <gs:MUIFallback Value="en-UK" />
    </gs:MUILanguagePreferences>

    <!--User Locale-->
    <gs:UserLocale>
    <gs:Locale Name="en-UK" SetAsCurrent="true"/>
    </gs:UserLocale>

    <!--input preferences-->
    <gs:InputPreferences>
    <!--en-GB-->
    <gs:InputLanguageID Action="add" ID="0809:00000809" Default="true"/>
    </gs:InputPreferences>

    </gs:GlobalizationServices>


    with command : control intl.cpl,, /f:"filename.xml"

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    Failed!

    Version 2.

    <gs:GlobalizationServices xmlns:gs="urn:longhornGlobalizationUnattend">

    <!--User List-->
    <gs:UserList>
    <gs:User UserID="Current" CopySettingsToDefaultUserAcct="true" CopySettingsToSystemAcct="true" />
    </gs:UserList>

    <!-- GeoID -->
    <gs:LocationPreferences>
    <gs:GeoID Value="242"/>
    </gs:LocationPreferences>

    <!-- UI Language Prefernces -->
    <gs:MUILanguagePreferences>
    <gs:MUIFallback Value="en-GB"/>
    </gs:MUILanguagePreferences>

    <!-- system locale -->
    <gs:SystemLocale Name="en-GB"/>


    <!--input preferences-->
    <gs:InputPreferences>
    <!--en-GB-->
    <gs:InputLanguageID Action="add" ID="0809:00000809" Default="true"/>
    </gs:InputPreferences>

    <!--User Locale-->
    <gs:UserLocale>
    <gs:Locale Name="en-UK" SetAsCurrent="true"/>
    </gs:Locale>
    </gs:UserLocale>


    </gs:GlobalizationServices>

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    no joy....

    not sure what is meant to happen at the commond line as it does nt show any errors when I enter control intl.cpl,, /f:"filename.xml"

    But it's making no difference on the PC with new users still getting the US format and keyboard layout

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