Install MultiPoint Server Language Packs

MultiPoint Server is available, fully localized, in the following languages:

  • Portuguese (Brazil) (pt-BR)

  • English (en-US)

  • French (fr-FR)

  • German (de-DE)

  • Italian (it-IT)

  • Japanese (ja-JP)

  • Korean (ko-KR)

  • Russian (ru-RU)

  • Spanish (es-ES)

  • Simplified Chinese (zh-CN)

  • Traditional Chinese (zh-TW)

  • Turkish (tr-TR)

In addition, MultiPoint Server supports the installation of 35 language packs that include the 12 fully localized languages and 23 additional languages. These language packs are available for download at Microsoft.com. Installing a language pack lets you change the display language for the core operating system to a language that differs from when MultiPoint Server was installed.

After you have installed the language packs that you plan to offer your users, you can set the language for MultiPoint Server to use. You can set the language in two different areas in Control Panel, as described in Setting the MultiPoint Server display language.

Display language scenarios describes how the language is displayed in different areas in the MultiPoint Server UI after you set the display language.

Setting the MultiPoint Server display language

There are two different areas in Control Panel where you can set the language that you want your system to use. Each setting affects the display language for different areas in the UI. Set the display language in the following areas in Control Panel:

  • In Control Panel, use the Keyboards and Languages tab on the Region and Language dialog box to set the display language of the menus and dialog boxes that display for the user account. For more information about how to set the display language for MultiPoint 管理員 and the user accounts, search for set display languages in Windows Help and Support.

  • In Control Panel, use the Administrative tab on the Region and Language dialog box to apply your regional and language settings to the Welcome screen and system accounts. This setting changes the language of the MultiPoint Server Welcome screen and logon screen. For more information about how to set the display language for the Welcome screen and system accounts, search for apply region and language settings in Windows Help and Support.

Display language scenarios

The language that is displayed in MultiPoint Server depends on whether the language that you set is fully localized for MultiPoint Server, as described in the following two scenarios.

Setting a fully localized display language

If you install a language pack that is one of the 12 fully localized MultiPoint Server languages, and you set the MultiPoint Server system to use that language as described in Setting the MultiPoint Server display language (that is, for the display language for a user account and also for the language of the Welcome screen and system accounts), MultiPoint 管理員 and the MultiPoint Server setup screens will be displayed in the language that you installed and set.

Setting a display language that is not fully localized

If you install a language pack that is not one of the 12 fully localized MultiPoint Server languages, and you set the language for users accounts, or for the Welcome screen and logon screen to that language, most of the operating system UI will display in that language. However, MultiPoint 管理員 and/or the MultiPoint Server setup screens will be set to English.

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