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Configure regional settings

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  1. On the site, click Site Settings .

  2. On the Site Settings page, under Administration , click Go to Site Administration .

  3. On the Site Administration page, in the Management and Statistics section, click Change regional settings .

  4. On the Regional Settings page, select the settings to use, and then click OK .

Note: Server administrators, and members of the SharePoint Administrators group, can specify a default time zone to use for all sites on a virtual server..

Specifying locale IDs on the command line

When you extend a virtual server, create a new top-level Web site, or create a new subsite from the command line, you can specify the locale ID to use. The extendvs , createsite , createsiteinnewdb , and createweb operations all accept the LCID parameter. To provide a locale ID for any of these operations, type the numerical value for the locale, such as 1033 for US English or 1036 for French/France. For example, to create a subsite and use the French locale ID for France, use the following syntax:

stsadm.exe -o createweb -url http://server_name/site1/subsite1 -lcid 1036

Each of these operations take several other parameters. For more information about these operations, see the .

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