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    how do i change regional language settings for all domain users

    computers are windows 7 ... server is windows server 2003 ... the problem is all domain users that logon to the pc get arabic regional language ... how do i change it to english for all users

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    You can do this via GPP:

    User Config > Preferences > Control Panel Settings > Regional Options

    Seeing as you have a 2003 Server, you'll need to do this via RSAT installed on a Windows 7 client. If you had a 2008 Server or later, you could do this directly on the server.

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    hey micheal ... i installed the rsat but it couldnt find any settings to do ti from there ...

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    Did you open up a mmc window and add the group policy management snap in?

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