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Does the install language matter when installing windows server 2012 r2

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Hi,

I'm looking at installing a Windows 2012 r2 server at a UK Location.  The install screen only allows "English (United States)" on the Language to install option, though it allows English (United Kingdom) for time and United Kingdom for keyboard.

Does this matter?

Do I need another version of Windows Server 2012 r2?

DO I need the language pack?  If not why have they got it?

THanks!
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No, that doesn't matter. English is English. If you need another language than English, you should be able to add that later when the OS is installed.
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OK. Thanks.
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