Checklist: Associate a Language Pack

Updated: January 29, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

You can create and maintain a single image that will install in two or more language formats by associating language packs with your Windows images. Implementing language packs allows you to modify only one image instead of a separate image for each language that you support when new updates become available. Once the new image is created you can assign one or more language packs and make your image available to your worldwide client base.

 

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Add images to your Windows Deployment Services server.

Add a Boot or Install Image

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Associate a language pack with an image.

Associate Language Packs

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