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Terminal Services Regional Settings

we are having an issue with our windows 208 r2 terminal services. We have an office in the UK and 2 offices here in the US. The UK regional setting are fine but the 2 US offices keep getting the UK date format.  The 2 servers are clustered and located here in the US. I have tried creating a group policy to force the users here in the US to use  our regional settings under User Config - Pref - Control Panel - Regional Options but no luck. What am I missing.

Any help or ideas would be great!

Thanks
Ed
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strivoliCommented:
You created the GPO. Did you check (using GPRESULT or RSoP) if the GPO is applied?
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FennerITAuthor Commented:
Yes it is showing up in the GPRESULT....The problem is we are using a cluster services and all three offices are using the cluster that is where our problem lays.

Any other suggestions?
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strivoliCommented:
You should have one policy (call it UK policy) that sets the regional settings for the UK users (call them UK users) and another policy (US policy) that sets the regional settings for the US users.
Is you run a cluster or a single server, that makes no difference. The servers can be located anywhere.
Can you confirm that:
a. only the UK policy (NOT UK+US) is applied to UK users, and
b. only the US policy (NOT US+UK) is applied to US users, and
c. the 2 policies are different from each other
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