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Regional settings Reset

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Last Modified: 2008-10-01
Hey there,

Everything works just fine, except that the “Short date” in regional settings is getting reset to the standard format, m-d-yyyy.  I need it to stay as yyyy/dd/mm.  I have this set in the default profile before I run Sysprep and create the image, but it gets reset.  I have this for my regional settings in Sysprep,
[RegionalSettings]
    LanguageGroup=1
    SystemLocale=00000409
    UserLocale=00000409
    InputLocale=0409:00000409
It seems Sysprep is resetting the regional settings for the default profile; we have custom software that requires a correct date format, can anyone help?
Thanks
I also tried changing the value in the regestry after, I copy all the settings in currentuser/control/international to the .default , this does not have any effect for me.
(What I really need..., is a list of all """"UserLocale ID's""" not language lacale id's.., I cannot find them anywhere..
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Commented:
Works like a friggen charm man, thank you kindly.  I knew it could be done with GP, but was not to sure about how to go about it.
Most welcome and glad it worked out for you!

Commented:
Kenneniah,

Please tell me how to change the time format  to HH:mm:ss using group policy.

thanks,
sam

Commented:
Kenneniah,

Please ignore my previous question,i have fixed this problem.

thanks,
sam

Commented:
Kenneniah,

Please tell me how to include in the SYSPREP ?

thanks,

Wagner

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