Windows Server 2012

Dear All,

Just couple of days back I created new users in the domain. the new users are unable to change the language preferences by pressing ALT+Shift. In the regional & language settings of the client computers I had already  selected Arabic. But still its not working for the new users. In the same computer which is connected to the doamin if I  loging with the old users or local user it works fine. I can change the language preferences by pressing ALT+SHIFT.
But with new users its showing problem.

Windows is Server 2012 with GP configured.

Please help. Around twenty new users are having problem.


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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Are they all in the same OU to which a group policy is applied to in active directory?  What groups are they members of.
jct_777Author Commented:

They are in different OUS.In this ou there is no gp except desktop wallpaper

jct_777Author Commented:

the issue heas been solved. what i did is i wen tto regional settings added the keyboard & selected the administrative tab & select  copy settings & selected the options New user accounts. Now whoever logins will get the same language preference.

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jct_777Author Commented:
The problem has been solved.
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