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Terminal Server, configuring menu languages

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We have a Windows 2003 server configured for Terminal Services.  I have 3 users that are in a different country and would like to have the menu languages for both Office 2003 and the session desktop changed to Spanish.  All other users on the system will stay with English.

Is this possible?
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Maybe a configuration like this would help: http://www.msterminalservices.org/articles/MUI-Terminal-Services.html
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I was just looking at that document.

Thank you for the reply and yes that answers my question!

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