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How I set the format date time in Windows 2008 server

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How can I set the format date time in windows 2008 to have in my intranet this format : dd/MM/yyyy hh:mm:ss AM ?

I have set in the regional setting but in my intranet the format is MM/dd/yyyy .
No date format is set in the source code.

Sorry for my english
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Ok for your information I just set Session.LCID = 2057 in my login.asp to force use the good regional setting.

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