How to Remove a Unified Messaging Language Pack from a Unified Messaging Server
Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1, Exchange Server 2007
Topic Last Modified: 2008-04-23
This topic explains how to use Setup.com to remove a UM language pack from a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging (UM) server. You can manage UM languages on Unified Messaging servers by using the Exchange Management Console or the Exchange Management Shell administrative interfaces. However, to remove a language from the list on a UM dial plan, you must remove the appropriate UM language pack from the Unified Messaging server by using the Setup.com /RemoveUmLanguagePack command. After you remove the UM language pack from the Unified Messaging server, the language will no longer be available when you are configuring a UM dial plan. You can view the UM language packs that are installed by viewing the properties of the Unified Messaging server.
|You cannot use the .msi files from the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 installation files to install UM language packs.|
To perform the following procedures, the account you use must be delegated the Exchange Server Administrator role and membership in the local Administrators group for the target server.
For more information about permissions, delegating roles, and the rights that are required to administer Exchange 2007, see Permission Considerations.
At a command prompt, run the following command:
Setup.com /RemoveUmLanguagePack:<UmLanguagePackName> /s: d:\<MyLocalFolder>
In the previous command, <UmLanguagePackName> is the name of the UM language pack. For example, fr-FR.
Caution: You cannot use the Setup.com file that is located in the \Bin folder to remove a Unified Messaging language pack after you have installed any updates for Exchange 2007 including Service Pack 1. You must use the Setup.com file from the Exchange 2007 original release (RTM) DVD or the downloaded source files. If you do not, you will see the following error: There is a version mismatch between the running application and the installed application.
For more information about Unified Messaging languages, see the following topics: