As topic I would like to deploy the extended support for complex script and right-to-left languages. I haven’t found any information about this. But I’m guessing that a simple snapshot would do the trick, but it would feel better if someone knew if it’s possible to deploy this some other way. This is for the standard XP environment and not the Windows XP MUI. //Jet
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Hey man...

take a look in this script :

Dim shl
Set shl = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

Dim fso
Set fso = WScript.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

' install complex character & far east support
WScript.Echo "Installing Complex Script and East Asian language support"
Dim intlConfig
Set intlConfig = fso.CreateTextFile("c:\scripts\intlunattend.txt")

intlConfig.WriteLine "[RegionalSettings]"
intlConfig.WriteLine "LanguageGroup = 7,11" ' 7 = Japanese, 11 = Thai

shl.Run "cmd /c start /wait rundll32 shell32,Control_RunDLL intl.cpl,,/f:""c:\scripts\intlunattend.txt""", 0, True

It was not mine and I found Here:

Just a comment: If it will be a standard in your environment, try to make a build/image with those configurations when you make a new image!

I hope this can help you!
Answered 04/15/2009 by: clyrigham
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Thank you very much, it works perfectly!

Answered 04/24/2009 by: jet
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I know this is old, but . . . I tried this script and it didn't work in my environment.  I'm running XP at this time.  Kace admin reports that the script completes, but the workstation shows no change--doesn't have the folder/file created, and the option isn't checked afterwards.  Anyone have any thoughts?

Answered 11/27/2012 by: SureFoot
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