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#  Saturday, 17 December 2005

Today I set out to do something simple - at least I thought so. My server is configured to have a German keyboard layout together with the German input locale, like so:

So I set the Default input language to English (United States). Click Apply & OK, log off, and then log on again. Guess what - I am back to square one. Neither rebooting or any other brute force let me change that, it always automagically reverted back. I'm quickly loosing confidence in my sanity and the Windows server platform.

Update: Good grief! The local input language settings are automatically remoted to the Terminal session. This default behavior I view as counterintuitive. But it can be fixed, thanks to Markus Oestreicher for pointing it out to me - Input Language of Terminal Server Client Does Not Match That of Terminal Server Session

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Saturday, 17 December 2005 16:13:13 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0]

 



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