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Install or upgrade Language Packs for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Applies To: CRM 2015 on-prem

[This topic is pre-release documentation and is subject to change in future releases.]

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Language Pack enables users to change the language of the user interface or Help that is displayed in the application. For example, your multinational organization might have standardized on an English user interface to simplify internal training and troubleshooting, but if you prefer to read Help in your native language, you can specify that Microsoft Dynamics CRM display Help in that language.

The basic steps to install and provision one or more Language Packs are described here.

  1. Download the Language Packs that you want. Language Packs are not included with other Microsoft Dynamics CRM applications and are only available through the Microsoft Download Center. Each language pack installation (.msi) file includes the locale id (LCID) that represents that language. Download a Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Language Pack.

    noteNote
    For a list of locale IDs and the associated language, see MSDN: Locale IDs assigned by Microsoft.

    You cannot install a Language Pack that is the same locale ID as the Microsoft Dynamics CRM base language.

  2. Install the Language Pack .msi package on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server. If you have deployed server roles, install it on the Front End Server or the servers that are running the Web Application Server role.

  3. Sign-in to the organizations that you want to provide language support for and provision each Language Pack.

  4. For Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Microsoft Office Outlook users, the same language packs must also be installed on the users’ PCs.

After installing and provisioning a Language Pack, its capabilities and corresponding options are available for users to select in Microsoft Dynamics CRM client applications from Settings > Options.

For more detailed installation and provisioning instructions, see the following topics.

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