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Command Line to install East Asian Language Support on Windows XP

I need to install the East Asian Language support on about 30 computers that are running Windows XP. I have the ability (iTALC) to send a command line command to all the computers at once, which I found drastically reduces the time required to do installations such as this. Normally I can just execute the installation file for the application I need to install, but I don't know if there is one for language support. Is there a command line command that can be used to trigger the installation - even if I have to go finish it up manually, if I can get the initial installation wizard started it will save me tons of time. Thanks in advance
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Your link put me onto the command "rundll32 shell32,Control_RunDLL intl.cpl" That will save me lots of time - thanks.


I am trying to do the above for all the XP Pro machines in the domain but I am not technical with Scripting

do you have the script you used?

coudl you give me the base script with the biits I need to change in red

also - do I need to save the language packs files to the network share?

which files from the CD would I need for  this

Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.