Let me do some checking to see if its still a problem for us or not as the last time it was mentioned was last year. I am having a laptop with installed windows 7 and i need to do a in place upgrade to Windows 10 without removing a data. You will note that I have commented on this forum post as I have been working over the past 2 weeks to resolve the issue. But this will only install one language not both. Open your Windows 10 Task Sequence and ensure you have a mechanism in place to define which language you want to use. Any ideas on the partially localized language? By default if you deploy Windows 10 Enterprise using Configuration Manager with an Unattend.
Where can i download the Windows 10 language packs? My build environment is as follows. Additionally, this method of language application is very useful when you have a number of languages to support. The install will tell you if the lp is incorrect. Below you can see the two unattend. It turned out its not that easy. Deploy the new reference image and after a domain user logs in verify that you have the English Australia language pack installed and most importantly that the indexing service has correctly indexed the control panel and other items that normally would have failed. For English Australia as per below.
In one of the next blog post I'll explore how to take imported packages and generate a task sequence specific CustomSettings. The prerequisite is to create Windows 10 operating system upgrade package. All his other settings, systemlocale, userlocale and inputlocale were set for Dutch. Instead, you need to select Multilanguage from the drop-down list of languages to see the new ones. Well, that is, we had an issue with the 1607. If so, could you point me to where I can download the language packages? To avoid this indexing issue the language pack needs to be added to the original 1607 media that Microsoft released last July 2016. Just cannot set the default country or region to Australia.
To cope with this, the PowerShell script Set-LanguageOnline. I read here in a forum that it is important the language pack matches the exact Windows build. Or rather the dashboard is shiny, but the servicing plans are not. You then learned about the new Windows 10 servicing features which use in ConfigMgr Current Branch. The last and final group of this Windows 10 1709 upgrade task sequence is for rollback. Let me know if you would like some screen shots of my unattend.
Hi Paul, The following settings for Language worked for me. In order to deploy Windows 10 with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit in a multi language environment successfully, you probably have to work with language packs. Any idea on why it added the Language Pack but doesn't actually install it? The language packs seem to exist in the unattend. Please send mod mail if you qualify and would like flair set for your account. Also, you can enter licensing details if you have any.
You could simply use an already made unattend. You do not have to re-create your Task Sequence since the client. To finish the process, you will need an additional reboot step. He is Blogger, Speaker and Local User Group Community leader. There is a workaround for now, but note that to further the inconsistent behaviour being experienced, Damon did not get this error. Let's go back a couple of months: In late 2016 I advised two of my customers, who just started transitioning to Windows 10, to get an early start with Windows as a Service. So no real consistency at all with regards to getting the end result you want it seems.
In addition to this , who I have been exchanging information with on this matter, was unable to produce a working solution with the settings that have worked for me. Installing only the languages you actually want makes a lot of sense. With that knowledge, we can dig deeper and have a look at the unattend. We need a way to install and set language preferences per build, a very popular method is to dynamically populate the unattended xml with language values, see this post for information on this approach: The method in this post uses a separate answer file which is called by the utilising the command rundll32. Before starting about creating the Windows 10 upgrade task sequence. Between sessions, meeting new people and obviously partying, I wanted to talk about language packs management.
The blog I have written will go through how I have approached the issue. Once you have your modified install. On the Summary and Confirmation pages, click Next and Finish. The most straight forward approach is detailed. So installation is not the problem here, however automation to make the language default and no user interaction is problematic.
Select the type of task sequence to create. Open Deployment WorkBench and expand your Deployment Share. Anything else I can use to troubleshoot offline language pack installation? At present, I am unable to set the system display language to match the language pack. Another is to leverage the Rules of the Deployment Share to dynamically install Language Packs based upon various variable values. I have read of this issue on a few other sites as well, and am curious as to what the issue is? There is a task sequence template out of the box to upgrade windows 10 operating system to the latest version. The more languages you have to support, the most install media you will need. I then restarted and I could then see that a language folder gets created.
More specifically, automating language packs management because I would rather spend 2 hours automating something before spending 15 minutes on a boring, manual task. In fact, only the SystemLocale was being successfully applied on this pass. When deploying this task sequence you will see that the extra variable added will modify the setup command line. Apologies for sounding like a record stuck in a groove, but the thing is: in the time where everything happens so rapidly: we are now seeing Windows Insider Preview every other week, we have production releases of Windows 10 twice a year. They can't install the language themselves as I've locked the build down with applocker so they can't run any of the settings applets.