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Type Arabic Language with Citrix

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Dear Experts,
We are publishing our application using Citrix  Xenapp 5 on Windows Server 2003  where some users need to type arabic and they cant' type except English.

Is there a way to solve the issue

I would appreciate any help.

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Hi,

Please have a look at this citrix KB http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX103288 which should resolve your issue.
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Thanks for the reply.
This is what I understand from the document
- Login by a test user to the citrix server
- make appropriate changes within the regional options.
- Export the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\International.

But can you tell me in details how I can apply for a citrix users group.

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There are a number of ways that you can apply registry changes to a group.  You can use a login script that basically states:
If user is member of a group {
     reg import \\path\to\special\file.reg
     }

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Or just use Group policy to apply it to members of that group when they login.
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Hi,
I exported the registry from a test user User1 and imported on User2 profile but no changes were took place.


Any ideas ?
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I succeed adding keyboard language using star up script.

is is possible to make the registry changes without having to log off and on? I was able to create a bat file to change the registry, but would like to have it take into affect immediately.

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Hrmm... You'd have to do it programatically by user SID.  Mount the user hive when they are not logged on and make the changes.  That way, the next time they logged in, the changes would be loaded.

Probably a lot more work than just logging off and logging back on.
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