Uninstall or repair a Language Pack
To perform Language Pack maintenance, select from the following options that are available. Before you select an option, you must start Programs and Features.
Log on to the computer where the Microsoft Dynamics CRM application is installed. Then, click Start, type Programs and Features, and then click Programs and Features in the Programs list.
|Rather than uninstall a Language Pack that is installed on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM server, you can disable a Language Pack in the organization. After you do this, users will no longer be able to see the Microsoft Dynamics CRM user interface and Help in the language that you disabled. Later, you can enable the Language Pack by clicking the language in the Language Settings list.|
When a Language Pack is removed or disabled, users who have that Language Pack language selected on the Personal Preferences form will have to use the base language. For example, consider the following scenario. A Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployment has English as the base language, but the Spanish Language Pack was used in the organization. Then, when the system administrator disables (or uninstalls) the Spanish Language Pack, users who selected the user interface to be in Spanish will see it in English.
To disable a Language Pack, see the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Help.
Uninstall. Selecting this option will remove the selected Language Pack from the computer. If you uninstall a Language Pack, you must reinstall and then enable it before it is available to users again.
To uninstall a Language Pack
Right-click the Language Pack, such as Microsoft Dynamics CRM German Language Pack, and then click Uninstall.
If other users are logged on to the computer, you will receive a warning message. Click Continue if you want to continue and remove the Language Pack.
Click Yes to confirm that you want to remove the Language Pack and follow the instructions that are on your screen.
Repair. To repair a damaged Language Pack installation, right-click Language Pack, click Repair, and then follow the instructions that are on your screen.
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