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WIN 7: Administrative tab of Regional and Language Options

Hi,

This is related to Win 7. This is in the enterprise environment where all the clients are using Win 7. For one of the client machine, the Goal is “To be able to read and to write Japanese”. The Domain user who uses this machine is Mhamamoto.

Mhamamoto configures the setting by himself as follows:

Control Panel > Regional and Language Options> click “Keyboards and Languages”> Click “Add”> put the Check at “Japanese” > put the Check at “ Microsoft IME”

The Result: Mhamamoto is able to read and write in Japanese


When I go to Control Panel > Regional and language Options, I will see 4 tabs: Formats, Location, Keyboards and languages and Administrative

As mentioned above, Mhamamoto is able to configure by himself (as a domain user) and able to read and write Japanese

To configure “Administrative” tab, the user should have a permission of Domain Admin or Local Admin (of that machine).

My Questions:
FIRST: What is the USEFULLNESS of the “Administrative” tab as WITHOUT this tab, a domain user (such as Mhamamoto) is able to configure “Japanese” (read and write) by himself?
SECOND: Accordingly, on daily configuration (in the Enterprise Environment), do you think is necessary to configure this “Administrative” tab and for what?

Thank you
tjie
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