Add language bar to a Windows 7 user, not administrator
We are a school district, so I have a need for some Windows 7 machines in Chinese and Japanese rooms to have their respective languages available via the Language Bar. This is easy for the teachers, as they are local administrators on the machines, so they can just go to Control Panel, Region and Language, Change Keyboard, Add, [chinese or japanese], OK a few times, and then it shows up in the start bar and they can switch easily between english and other. But this setting is user specific, so when a student logs in, it goes away, and since they can't access control panel, they can't just add it.
I was able to solve this in the XP days by setting up a user with the bar enabled, then copying that profile to the "default profile" and all future logons would use that new default and it worked great.
I'm looking for any way to enable this. Via some kind of script/registry key/etc that I could do to my existing machines would be best (then I could make it a post install too), but other ideas are welcome.
These machines were imaged via the K2000, via an image, not scripted install. I'm not opposed to needing to do this on a new image, if there is a way anyone knows to set this up so it does it to all future logins (like XP did).
Thanks for any ideas you may have.