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English UK vs English U.S langauge [message #164134] Tue, 16 June 2009 05:52 Go to next message
ray3d84  is currently offline ray3d84
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I work for a company that is headquartered in England; we have offices in New
York, San Francisco and Washington DC. Our data center I NJ has a Virtual
server that acts as a Domain controller. All computers that are built in the
US before they join the domain have the U. S. English language as default,
after joining the domain the language is converted to UK English. I have gone
to the virtual windows 2003 server domain controller and added the English
language as the default and removed the English UK language. I thought after
this change that any new users that logged in would inherit the English US
language. Unfortunately that did not work. I would to know what I need to do
so that any computers that are joined to the domain inherit the English U.S
language as the default
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ray3d84
Re: English UK vs English U.S langauge [message #164145 is a reply to message #164134] Tue, 16 June 2009 10:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dusko Savatovic  is currently offline Dusko Savatovic  Croatia
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AFAIK the language is not set up when joining domain. It is set up when
installing the server. You can do it automatically via answer file
(unattend.txt or sysprep.inf) or manualy.
You can also set a default profile that all new users will start with. Log
in as local administrator. Set the language preferences as you like. Log
off. Log on as different administrator. Open System Properties, Advanced
User Profiles. Copy Administrator's profile to C:\Documents and
Settings\Default User. To see Default User, you may need to adjust Folder
Options to reveal System folders and hidden files and folders.


"ray3d84" <ray3d84@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:A0B44D2D-9CBD-426B-8F3D-FC53F4435452@microsoft.com...
>I work for a company that is headquartered in England; we have offices in
>New
> York, San Francisco and Washington DC. Our data center I NJ has a Virtual
> server that acts as a Domain controller. All computers that are built in
> the
> US before they join the domain have the U. S. English language as default,
> after joining the domain the language is converted to UK English. I have
> gone
> to the virtual windows 2003 server domain controller and added the English
> language as the default and removed the English UK language. I thought
> after
> this change that any new users that logged in would inherit the English US
> language. Unfortunately that did not work. I would to know what I need to
> do
> so that any computers that are joined to the domain inherit the English
> U.S
> language as the default
> --
> ray3d84
Re: English UK vs English U.S langauge [message #164168 is a reply to message #164134] Tue, 16 June 2009 17:41 Go to previous message
aceman  is currently offline aceman  United States
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"ray3d84" <ray3d84@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:A0B44D2D-9CBD-426B-8F3D-FC53F4435452@microsoft.com...
>I work for a company that is headquartered in England; we have offices in
>New
> York, San Francisco and Washington DC. Our data center I NJ has a Virtual
> server that acts as a Domain controller. All computers that are built in
> the
> US before they join the domain have the U. S. English language as default,
> after joining the domain the language is converted to UK English. I have
> gone
> to the virtual windows 2003 server domain controller and added the English
> language as the default and removed the English UK language. I thought
> after
> this change that any new users that logged in would inherit the English US
> language. Unfortunately that did not work. I would to know what I need to
> do
> so that any computers that are joined to the domain inherit the English
> U.S
> language as the default
> --
> ray3d84


In addition to Dusko's suggestions, what language version is on the local
GC?

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