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Language pack installation.........

Hi all,

how to install language pack(its given source is in the form of .cab file)
how to create a MSI in order to apply it in Language tab in control panel...??

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Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
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As you have failed to tell us, we have to assume that you're talking about a language pack for Windows? I can't think of a single such pack which didn't come as a proper package, i.e. with an executeable. If you're talking about something else, do tell. We're all reasonably clever here but regrettably, psychic powers are beyond us.
Posted by: skt 11 years ago
Orange Senior Belt
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Hi Scab thx for reply...

Here is seniario...
I have language pack application source which cantains only lp.cab file. i need to apply this pack on w7 machine which is by default EN-US language.i need to creat an msi in such wat that it has to ""Apply disply language to welcome screen and system account.because need to publish it through SCCM.

if i manual installation is working fine(manula installation is, go to control panel-> Reginal and language-->key board and languages tab-->Install/uninstall language--> browse cab file and checkthe check box as Apply disply language to welcome screen and system account. but how to do it in MSI. ..??
Is it system policy or Registry key...

I tried to capture reg key to check the box but i am failed to get key.
please any body have idea on this plz share it...
Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
Red Belt
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As I mentioned, I'm more used to seeing these things already wrapped in an MSI but, if push comes to shove, why not simply capture the process using your MSI authoring tool?
Posted by: skt 11 years ago
Orange Senior Belt
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i am fed of this language pack application .

as per std i am not suppose to capture the apps.
now i need only one thing to set throuhg msi as before mentioned check box(Disply welcome and system account) check box.
Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
Red Belt
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LOL...what sort of standard is THAT? Does that mean that you run vendor installs exactly as they're supplied? With no CLUE as to what they're going to do to your workstations? Gosh, you must be popular with your Desktop Support Johnnies! Good luck with disabling Adobe Reader's auto-update across your estate. Oh, and Java Runtime Environment. Those are just two, off the top of my head that, if you run the EXE as supplied, will royally screw you over.

Still, I'm sure the idiot who imposed that restriction on you knows what he's doing, eh?
Posted by: rakesh.kumar 11 years ago
Senior Yellow Belt
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Hi skt,

you can use lpksetup.exe to install language packs in win7, for more help type lpksetup.exe /?
commnad: lpksetup /i es-ES /r /s /p [Path to the cab file]
you have to create an .xml file to activate the langauge like mentioned in this link http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/goglobal/bb964650.aspx
next step contol.exe intl.cpl,,/f:[Path to the .xml file]
Posted by: skt 11 years ago
Orange Senior Belt
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Hi rakesh,

Thanks you very much....
this was exactly what i want . but i am working on same from last 3 days.
Now i have found exacte error. ..

I cretaed XML file using notepad. Note pad--> copy paste xml code--> save as test.xml.
but this kind of file is not allowing to apply a system. in event vwr will get error as line (0) invalid code....etc
any xml phanters are there.???
Posted by: skt 11 years ago
Orange Senior Belt
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Here is the complete solution For installing any language pack and chaging the Display language and system account language.

you can use lpksetup.exe to install language packs in win7, for more help type lpksetup.exe /? will give you full detail.
commnad: lpksetup /i es-ES /r /s /p [Path to the cab file] (es-ES ) language code.
you need to create an .xml file to activate the langauge like mentioned in this link http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/goglobal/bb964650.aspx . choose which one will suit for your work stds.
NOTE: simply copy paste of XML code on note pad will not work because the XML file is need to be save as unicode format. than
next step contol.exe intl.cpl,,/f:[Path to the .xml file], restart machine.
Posted by: bardol 11 years ago
Senior Yellow Belt
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On Windows 7 you shouldn't be using lpksetup (that was the Vista tool, it still works but is not the official way anymore) but dism

To add a language to pack use
dism /online /Add-Package /PackagePath:c:\temp\lp.cab

Enterprise and Ultimate will work like this, Professional and below will need to be sysprepped again afterwards to remove the old language pack due to licensing.
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