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Change Regional Option using GPO's across domain.

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We are a UK company and the majority of our desktops are set to US English.
I need to be able to change all these to EN-GB.
The servers are Wk3 and desktops are a mix of 2K and XP.
I have had a devil of a job finding out how to do this through Group Policies. I nkow it can be done, but can't find a clear explanation.
Can anyone tell me how to go about this. Ideally, I'd like it to be for all users or per machine.
This has been brought about by the need to use SQL Reporting Services and the date format.

Offering 500 points for this one.

Thanks.
Mike.
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