Working with Multiple Language Templates

Updated: June 1, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

When you create a rights policy template, you select which language that template uses. By default, rights policy templates use the language setting of your server operating system.

If you have RMS-enabled clients that use a different language setting on their operating systems, selecting their language setting when you create the rights policy template enables the template to reflect the preferred regional language option of the client.

If you have already created a rights policy template in one language, you can use it as the basis for a template in another language by selecting that language option and then saving the template. When the template is saved, the language identifier of the language you selected is added to the template file. As a best practice, use the name of the language in the template name to allow you to easily distinguish which templates have which language identifiers.

To select a given language, you must have the language installed on your server. You can verify that you have all of the language options available on your server by opening Regional and Language Options in Control Panel. Click the Languages tab and make sure that both Supplemental language support check boxes are selected.

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