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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 ...
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    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

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    Group Policy Preferences?

    Group Policy preferences use the local System account by default, enabling it to configure settings that users canít configure. (Source)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    DISM can be used to install a language pack in Windows 7...

    Code:
    DISM /Online /Add-Package /PackagePath:X:\LangPacks\Windows6.1-KB2483139-x64-ja-JP.cab
    Language packs can be downloaded directly from Microsoft here or here (if you don't want to use Windows Update), but you will need to convert them into CABs first using this tool.



    I think the following registry key controls whether the language bar is displayed or hidden.

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    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    
    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\CTF\LangBar]
    "ShowStatus"=dword:00000000
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke5A View Post
    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.
    I didnt find that to be the case. Just revisting this thread as Ive had to add a couple new language packs.

    Now that we have SCCM in place, is there something easier I could have done?

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    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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