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Changing Location for all users on 2008 R2 Terminal server

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How to you change the Regional and Location settings for all users to default to the same one.
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The GPO can be found under "User Configuration | Preferences | Control Panel Settings |Regional Options"

Add the settings for all users connecting to your terminal servers.
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