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Windows 2012 server standard , a language pack isn't available

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I installed windows2012 server on my Computer and , since  I want to install another display language, I downloaded language pack from microsoft sites.
However,I open the language preferences > Windows display language
it says
a language pack isn't available.
I have never experienced this on windows 2008 and 2003.

Are there anyone know why this happens ?
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Question by:shouichi
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for my understanding, you have to download language pack in microsoft website, then install that package to your server, and after that you should see more language there
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