Japanese characters (double-byte set) on Windows 2000/2003

Posted on 2008-11-06
Last Modified: 2013-12-25
I would like to know the implications of hosting websites all in Japanese characters in a windows 2000/2003 server. If anyone has done this and could share some light in the topic I will appreciated it.

How do I account for the double byte set, do I need to install the fonts in the server?

Are there any issues or things I have to keep in consideration?
Question by:a0k0a7
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    Installing the language pack in the server its all you need.
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