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Changing keyboard from US to UK on Vmware ESXi

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chaps, I've installed Vmware ESXi. I've then created server 2008 also onto there. But then it doesn't recognise the keyboard as UK on the Server 2008 system, even though in the regional language settings it says UK. So I believe the culprit must be from the root and that's ESXi. However, in ESxi I only have the option 'Default Language' and that's it. The rest are French, German etc. How can I change it to UK? Any ideas?


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Luciano Patrão earned 500 total points
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Hi

The keyboard on the host do not impact the keyboard on the VMs

So double check your keyboard on the VM

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