Control intl.cpl f filename.xml
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Feb 06, 2011 I've installed an language pack on Win7. I'm trying to change the language settings using the command: control. exe intl. cpl, , f: c: \file. xml The command terminates
Changing Default Language Setting of Client Machines (self. sysadmin) submitted 3 years ago by flappers87 Windows Admin. and the user can then select the language in control panel. But what I need is for the default language to be deDE, and then the user has the option to change to English if required. control. exe intl. cpl, , f: C Jan 20, 2010 Hi Michael, i tried to found out wahts the right command for this. control intl. cpl, , f: filename. xml under a Windows 8 Environment. What i found was the newcontrol intl.cpl f filename.xml Jan 25, 2016 Page 1 of 3 setting my language keyboard automatically posted in Ask for Help: Is it possible to create an automate script that always reset my language keyboard to the one I want (Latin American Keyboard) when the English keyboard comes up? I even disinstalled the English keyboard but reappears in the middle of any typing and constantly bothers.
Oct 03, 2012 How to Automate Regional and Language settings in Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 and in Windows Server 2008 R2. Content provided by Microsoft. Applies to: control. exe References. Guide to Windows Vista Multilingual User Interface control intl.cpl f filename.xml Mar 30, 2012 Tjindarr's Blog on System Center. Home; About; Archive. Posts Tagged# SCCM Regional Settings depending on first 3 letter in computername in a task sequence. the best way i found was to use a XML and set it with the control. exe command for example control. exe intl. cpl, , f: Command Line Configuration of International Settings: Windows Vista Command Line Configuration of International Settings A feature new in Windows Vista makes it possible to configure international settings from the command line using an extension of the Regional and Languages Options Control Panel.Rating: 4.50 / Views: 377