Windows 7 Thread, deploy asian languages pack via GPO in Technical; acctaully if i just change the 'allow silent registry changes' and keep registry editiing disabled, it lets me import the ...
20th February 2012, 02:55 AM #16
acctaully if i just change the 'allow silent registry changes' and keep registry editiing disabled, it lets me import the key..
I think I have it working
20th February 2012, 03:00 AM #17
Group Policy Preferences?
Group Policy preferences use the local System account by default, enabling it to configure settings that users canít configure. (Source
13th September 2012, 06:39 PM #18
The cab converter utility isn't actually needed. If you run the language pack to install it it'll create it itself with a name of LP.CAB and place it in the folder from where the EXE installer was ran.
Originally Posted by Arthur
6th August 2013, 08:08 AM #19
I didnt find that to be the case. Just revisting this thread as Ive had to add a couple new language packs.
Originally Posted by Duke5A
Now that we have SCCM in place, is there something easier I could have done?
6th August 2013, 08:32 AM #20
Also, while I now having it display the language bar, and I can choose between english, chinese and japanese, it is only in Japanese that it draws the japanese symbols
when I choose Chinese it doesnt draw chinese characters only the normal letters
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