Hi,

anyone an idea how to add additional languages to windows 10 as a post installation task in a scripted installation on K2000 ?

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  • Hi, thanks for the answer but I want to have the display language for the interface.
  • If you are talking about he GUI language, it might not be easy... I would rather use a Source Media with the desired language.

    Check on Google if there is a way, with a BAT file or something.... and it should be possible via Windows post install task.

    FYI, I am not sure of those language packs can be obtained for free or without EULA issues.
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If you are referring to foreign language keyboards, yes, this is possible. You need to import the required registry keys into the default user profile hive. Here is the script that we use:
reg load HKU\Def c:\users\default\ntuser.dat
reg import "international keyboards.reg"
reg unload HKU\Def
I have a copy of the registry file on my GitHub page:

Place the script and the registry file in a zip, upload to the K2000 as an application and run the script as the parameter.
Answered 09/28/2017 by: chucksteel
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You can add language packs in a mid-level task with DISM

 (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/desktop/add-language-packs-to-windows#add-setup)

Create a batch file with

mkdir C:\Scratch
start /wait X:\windows\system32\dism.exe /ScratchDir:C:\Scratch /Image:C:\ /Add-Package /Packagepath:.
rmdir C:\Scratch

and zip that together with all language packs (and Features on demand if needed) and attach it to a mid-level task where you call the script task.

Answered 10/09/2017 by: torstenspitz
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